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The cost of damages to homes, businesses and vehicles from the Dec. 20 windstorm that shook the South Coast of B.C. totalled more than $37 million, according to the Insurance Bureau of Canada.
The federal government's announcement that it will establish an external board of civilian advisors to oversee the RCMP is seen as a step in the right direction by some former staffers — many of them former female Mounties — who complained of sexual harassment on the national force.
Police say a man has been charged after a dog was shot in the paw with a BB gun in Burnaby, B.C., near the Metrotown SkyTrain station.
A Richmond tour operator says he's experiencing a downturn in business due to rising political tensions between China and Canada over the arrest of Chinese tech executive Meng Wanzhou.
NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh vows he will lead the NDP into the 2019 federal election as he heads into next month's crucial byelection for the vacant Burnaby South seat in B.C.
Kamloops RCMP are asking for the public's assistance locating a six-year-old boy and his 28-year-old aunt, actress Roseanne Supernault.
Oliver resident Wayne Belleville was shocked and upset to receive a card from a dangerous offender in a maximum security prison who shot him in the back in 2015.
First Nations leaders from communities across B.C. gathered in Smithers Wednesday in support of the Wet'suwet'en hereditary leadership following last week’s RCMP enforcement of an injunction to allow access to their territory by a pipeline company.
A man who led police on a cocaine-fuelled car chase through Campbell River was not the victim of excessive force by the Mounties who arrested him, a B.C. judge has ruled.
The B.C. Government announced Wednesday it will build a new long-term residential care facility in the Comox Valley.
Vancouver Canucks star rookie Elias Pettersson skated with his teammates ahead of Wednesday's contest with the Edmonton Oilers, but won't suit up for the game.
Arrangements are now being made to extradite the B.C. pair accused of masterminding the so-called honour killing of Jaswinder (Jassi) Sidhu to India to face trial. The federal Department of Justice said her mother and uncle will be extradited to India by Jan. 25.
The Independent Investigation Office of B.C. has concluded its investigation into the 2015 death of Myles Gray, and it's now up to Crown to determine if charges will be filed against any Vancouver police officers.
A pharmaceutical company was handing out free samples of their naloxone nasal spray at a Surrey, B.C., SkyTrain station on Wednesday — but health officials are skeptical about the approach.
Liberal candidate Karen Wang has quit the Burnaby South byelection race over comments she posted on social media about NDP leader and candidate Jagmeet Singh.
The RCMP and the credit union are investigating after 140 members were robbed in "phishing" and "brute force" cyber attacks.
Mold-A-Rama Inc. is suing a B.C.-based collector for, it claims, helping a big-time collector buy several of its original machines only to desecrate them with modern parts before trying to resell them under the Mold-A-Rama trademark.