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The provincial government announced that it is putting another $10 million toward addiction treatment and overdose prevention strategies.
Re/Max says the surging commercial real estate market in Vancouver could grow even further with last month’s introduction of the 15% foreign buyer tax.
In a cautionary tale about lending money to friends, a B.C. Supreme Court judge has ruled a $600,000 loan isn’t collectible because the two parties never signed an agreement.
Vancouver’s first temporary modular housing project will be able to move to a different site in the future thanks to the design submitted by Horizon.
BC Safety Authority is warning British Columbians to protect themselves against the risks of carbon monoxide exposure by checking all gas appliances.
The University of Victoria team behind a prototype automatic tree planting robot have developed a second generation of their TreeRover device.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge charmed a 90-year-old telegraph operator, toured a museum and embraced a Native-language class.
A former high school teacher has been arrested after allegedly sending nude photos and a sexually explicit video to one of her students.
Hillary Clinton’s latest anti-Trump talisman, former Miss Universe Alicia Machado, admits she’s “not a saint” as bombshell revelations emerge in the Spanish media.
A man with a suspended licence and an outstanding warrant caught speeding in Ohio was sure he was bound for jail instead of his mother’s Detroit home.
Kim Kardashian became the latest victim of Russian prankster Vitalii Sekiuk on Wednesday when he planted a kiss on her famous rear in Paris, France.