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Kamloops RCMP have recovered 33 stolen shopping carts since June which led one beloved Kamloops fixture to worry his own would be confiscated.
Police say a Castlegar restaurant owner's use of force to defend himself from an intruder breaking into his restaurant was reasonable.
The forwards penned a letter to fans promising they have no intention to play anywhere else, as they enter the final year of their contract.
Advocates applaud new spending for those with disabilities, education and housing, while others worry higher taxes for some could hurt B.C.'s future prosperity and credit rating.
Finance Minister Carole James delivered a balanced budget on Monday, which has the support of the B.C. Green Party.
B.C. Finance Minister Carole James presented her party’s first budget, supporting its plan to make the province more affordable. Dubbed a mini-budget, it follows the February financial numbers put out by the B.C. Liberals, which forecasted surpluses for the next three years on the strength of a hot economy and higher than expected government revenues.
Following a throne speech from Friday, which promised to make the province more affordable for residents, Finance Minister Carole James will deliver her party's first budget today, which is only being described as a financial update.
As festival season comes to a close with the end of summer, event organizers in B.C.'s Interior are trying to come up with ways to recover from cancelled festivals and diminished tourism after months of wildfires.
Rainy conditions on B.C.'s South Coast and other part of the province have helped firefighters gain ground on wildfires, but many continue to burn. The B.C. Wildfire Service is asking residents to still respect campfire bans and backcountry restrictions.
A Marketplace investigation of the world's largest diploma mill finds many Canadians could be putting their health and well-being in the hands of nurses, engineers, counsellors and other professionals with phoney credentials.
Dr. Tyler Black, a psychiatrist at B.C. Children's Hospital, has some advice on how to broach what is often a taboo subject in households
Canadian seismologists are keeping a close eye on the earthquake that hit Mexico on Thursday night, looking for lessons that can be applied to British Columbia’s similar tectonic landscape.
After four weeks of helping fight B.C.'s vicious wildfires, firefighters from New Zealand returned home. But they didn't leave before singing a a traditional Maori song of thanks.
Document offers few surprises compared to the B.C. Liberals failed June throne speech, while the new Speaker of the legislature became the revelation of the day.
Party promises to take steps to ban corporate and political donations in provincial politics, to stop housing speculation and to introduce electoral reform.
Two months after flames ravaged communities across B.C., residents are piecing together their lives from the ashes and struggling to rebuild.
While some Indigenous activists gear up to fight expansion of the Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain pipeline on the streets and in court, federal Liberal cabinet ministers say there's no going back on their decision to approve the $7.4-billion project.
The B.C. government overpaid millions for the Port Mann Bridge project because there was no rigorous verification of invoicing, timing and completion of work, according to six sources at two separate auditing firms and hundreds of documents leaked to CBC News.
Recovering from a historic wildfire season is expected to take British Columbia's forest industry at least five years, the province's Forest Ministry said on Wednesday.