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It started as a cleanup of the Thomson River. Now, it's celebrated in over 60 countries across the world.
From some of the most permissive political fundraising rules in Canada, British Columbia is moving toward having some of the strictest. It's the latest province to lower individual contribution limits and ban donations from unions and corporations.
On Saturday, all the sales at Victoria's were being collected to send to three towns in the state of Morelos, where bakery owner Victoria Deanda is originally from.
The Vancouver Police Department says around 4:30 p.m. PT Saturday officers encountered a distraught male in his early 30s , who they say confronted them with a weapon.
A Vancouver man has broken the Guiness world record for the furthest distance travelled while juggling on a unicycle.
Business owner Victoria Lambert started her chalk paint business in her kitchen and made it grow. Now, New Westminster's FAT Paint has a 5,000 square feet space and sells through 130 retailers.
Twenty eight people are walking along Highway 16 from Prince Rupert to Smithers. They're meeting the truth and reconciliation commission.
Carey Newman is the Kwagiulth artist who created the design, which was printed on more than 1,000 T-shirts. He says most of them sold in less than 48 hours.
Is the tiny island town of Sointula, B.C., the world’s last hope for a socialist utopia? Maybe, but it’s almost certainly the only place in Canada to see a live show of Finnish political parody rock this weekend.
Vancouver environmental activist Eleanor Hadley left behind two conflicting wills, leading to a legal dispute over her divided estate that has now been settled by the B.C. Court of Appeal.
They say the eyes are the window to the soul and this weekend hundreds of cities across the world will take part in a global eye contact experiment to find out just how true that is.
Vancouver city council is considering increasing current park patrol due to the prevalence of needles on park grounds.
On the day Grade 12 students at a Coquitlam, B.C. high school were scheduled to have their photos taken, a group of female students decided to have some fun.
A flood of natural disasters around the world in the last month has some aid organizations taking a different approach to fundraising to prevent donor fatigue.