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Winnipeg seems poised to become the only city in Canada to ice two professional hockey franchises and a major junior team.
A controversial post criticizing Harjit Sajjan's appointment as an example of affirmative action has been pulled from a Facebook page run by the Conservative Party of Canada's Kelowna-Lake Country Electoral District Association.
In a business dominated by Spotify and Amazon, Sikora's Classical Records on West Hastings just can't compete anymore.
The deadline for the referendum on electoral reform is in two weeks and, as the debate between first-past-the-post and proportional representation rages, some are calling for an extension.
Guerra says she felt she had to resign from Autism B.C. after a "so-called" news story sparked an ugly backlash against an organization she cares about.
Murdered journalists don't always make global headlines. When a government is suspected of the crime, it's big news. When it's some squalid band of criminals? Not so much.
The discovery in Nanaimo, B.C., prompted a "friendly reminder" from the city to locals about what belongs in a green bin and what doesn't.
Fifty B.C. chiropractors have refused to remove misleading claims from their websites and Facebook pages and are now under investigation by their regulatory body.
The Nicola Valley Search and Rescue team’s compound Merritt and command vehicle were broken into twice in two days over the weekend.
A report from BC Hydro says storms and extreme weather events have tripled over the past five years, leading to an increase in damaged electrical systems and more power outages for customers.
A Penticton couple bound for a vacation in Paradise, Calif., decided to help wildfire victims instead.
At 11 he was tasered by police. By 13 he was identified as one of B.C.'s 'most vulnerable' children in a scathing report on the child welfare system. And last year, the province agreed to pay millions for his future care. Now B.C.'s Public Guardian and Trustee wants to have him declared incapable of managing his own affairs.
Interior Health’s policy for handling hospital employees with addiction problems is discriminatory and must be suspended immediately, a labour arbitrator has ruled.
Drug-resistant infections are predicted to kill an estimated 2.4 million more people by 2050 in developed countries alone, including Canada.
Two Vancouver-area police officers who have been held in Cuba since mid-March over an alleged sexual assault have been acquitted.
Two Vancouver men are facing charges of theft after RCMP in Coquitlam, B.C., say they arrested the pair for allegedly stealing a shopping cart loaded with $1,400 worth of butter
The uncle of a Vancouver Island man says his nephew is lucky to be alive after he was trapped in his smashed vehicle for what may have been days off the side of a remote road.