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Father of 2, Ben Kilmer, went missing on May 15. His work van was found on a rural road outside of Duncan, B.C., with blood inside and the engine still running.
Passengers with tickets booked on WestJet say they're in limbo as the company continues contract negotiations with its pilots.
A veteran employee of the B.C. Liquor Distribution branch is among those arrested following four-month investigation into theft of 1,000 bottles of hard liquor.
As western premiers meet in Yellowknife this morning to discuss pharmacare, infrastructure, justice and community safety, the dispute over Kinder Morgan's Trans Mountain pipeline looms large.
Growing numbers of millennials faced with precarious employment or wanting something other than a traditional nine-to-five job are turning to franchising.
Hiking season is well underway across B.C. and the author of a new book wants trail users to take the high road. That means not ruining trails’ natural beauty with litter and going out of bounds; not overwhelming popular routes; and generally being an “ethical hiker.”
The viewpoint at North Vancouver's Quarry Rock was a busy scene over the long weekend, despite a plan by district officials to limit the number of hikers accessing the trail.
A leading Calgary legal expert says B.C.'s lawsuit against Alberta over its threat to turn off the petroleum taps could find Rachel Notley's government on thin constitutional ice.
A high school rugby team in British Columbia that played Montague High School during a rugby exchange on P.E.I. last year raised money in honour of Brodie McCarthy over the Victoria Day weekend.
Richmond RCMP are seeking victims of a sexual assault that allegedly took place on May 15 on a Coast Mountain transit bus. A man has been arrested and charged in connection with the incident.
A Coquitlam piano teacher is facing seven new charges of sexual assault and sexual interference, just months after police announced three charges of sexual assault involving three former students.
More than a decade after winning the lottery, a B.C. woman has broken new legal ground in an appeal court decision that promises to modernize contract law.
It's not just ruined floors, sodden walls and electrical safety that Roger Soviskov is grappling with in the aftermath of the Grand Forks flood.
The B.C. government has filed a statement of claim in Alberta's Court of Queen's Bench over legislation that would allow Alberta to restrict oil and gas shipments to B.C.
The dozen ticket-holders who walked away were given a refund, a food voucher and vouchers for future trips.
The renaming of a painting by the late Canadian artist Emily Carr has sparked a debate about art history and cultural sensitivity.
Kamloops RCMP have a male suspect in custody after a driver went on a rampage in the city centre, smashing into a number of businesses and a police cruiser