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Protest organizers against the Trans Mountain Pipeline expansion project say they believe the number of people arrested for civil disobedience will rise or even surpass the number arrested fighting to stop logging in Clayoquot Sound on the west coast of Vancouver Island more than two decades ago.
While Canadian bus companies have said they could fill some of the transportation gaps that will be left when Greyhound ends its service in Western Canada, it will not be enough to meet the needs of commuters who had relied on the national carrier.
With nearly 1,400 homeless in Victoria and rental vacancy numbers sitting below one per cent, the staff at Pacifica Housing, a charity that connects the homeless with a place to live, are asking for help.
The 14 women aboard the Sea Dragon spent three weeks collecting seawater samples that will be analyzed by the labs at Ocean Wise.
A climber has been airlifted to hospital after breaking his leg in a fall on Mount Ogilvie near Hope, B.C.
France defeated Croatia 4-2 to win the World Cup final, but fans on both sides still celebrated the match in Vancouver.
Smoke from a 545-hectare wildfire burning on the northeast side of Kamloops is affecting air quality on the north side of the Thompson River.
Standing in his house, looking out his patio door, Kamloops resident Glen Hamilton sizes up his intruders: a swarm of six-legged elm seed bugs.
The lineup at Uncle Tetsu, a popular Japanese cheesecake franchise that opened a branch in Burnaby eight weeks ago, snakes endlessly as the sweet smell entices customers.
International post-secondary students contribute big bucks to B.C.’s economy, a new report says, but that cash could be at risk due to rising tuition fees.
Despite record construction activity in downtown Victoria, B.C., the city's housing crisis is far from over and one affordable housing organization is pushing to make zoning policy changes a priority in the upcoming municipal elections
High-alpine mountaineers, climbers and skiers accept the inherent risks because the pursuit of adventure is worth it.
Robert Alan Bogunovic told the B.C. Labour Relations Board his religious and political views had become irreconcilable with his membership in the B.C. Teachers Federation. The board says it was more of a political disagreement.
This fall, B.C. will choose whether to keep our current first-past-the-post electoral system, or change to a system of proportional representation. Here's what you need to know.
Vancouver Whitecaps forward Alphonso Davies is an ordinary teenager with an extraordinary potential. While he might become Canada's first men's soccer superstar, don't expect the humble young man to boast about his talents.
Paddlers in canoes and kayaks headed toward Trans Mountain's Westridge Marine Terminal on Saturday to attend an Indigenous ceremony to protect the water.
In the beginning, the only sign that something was seriously wrong with Rob Erke was the pain and a small bump on his left shoulder — there was no wound, no scratch, no insect bite.