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A new University of B.C. study has linked an overarching theme in murder-suicides predominantly committed by males across North America with harmful self-perceptions of masculinity.
The BC SPCA is calling on British Columbians to lend their opinion to the province’s proposed changes that would encourage trophy hunting of wolves and grizzly bears.
The holidays mean shopping, and lot’s of it.
With upwards of 34,000 feral cats living in Surrey and White Rock, a cat food bank is calling on the public for help.
Surrey’s petition to ban the refugee transportation loan — so they won’t have to worry about paying the Canadian government back costs of being brought into the country from a war-torn nation — is now being reviewed.
Vancouver is looking into stiffer rules around knocking down trees on private property in an effort to save its dwindling canopy tree stock.
New adoption numbers released Wednesday show “modest” improvement in B.C.’s provincial adoption process, according to a report from the representative for children and youth.
Vancouver council will vote Thursday on committing $3.6 million from future development contributions to upgrade 12 heritage buildings in Chinatown.
Local sex workers face barriers to cervical screening, says a recent Vancouver study — but advocates say it extends to health-care services as a whole.
B.C. doctors are challenging the province to fully cover a wide range of treatments for those with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder.
A B.C. man who tried to take pharmaceutical giant Pfizer through a class-action lawsuit for “unlawful abuse of the patent system” has had his hopes dashed as a B.C. appeal court judge dismissed the case Tuesday.
Surrey police want to modernize how residents can access services and information by developing a mobile app and possibly connecting it to an established city app.
Reporting domestic violence isn’t something normally associated with the dentist’s office, but the BC Dental Hygienists’ Association is looking to make the connection.
Burnaby could let farmers markets across the city cultivate alcoholic profits by allowing not only limited liquor sales — but also wellness services and community activities.
Kinder Morgan’s Trans Mountain pipeline expansion will see building costs rise by $1.3 billion, according to a new study — potentially also costing Canadians billions of dollars in potential environmental impacts, lower oil production and transportation costs.
The transplant system in B.C. still relies on luck and timing for success.
The Wilderness Committee was able to narrow an injunction down in court to allow protesters to continue to “witness” tree cutting in the Walbran Valley.
Just ahead of the one-year anniversary of the new federal law that made it more difficult to work in the sex trade, a group of Vancouver sex workers are issuing thousands of “know your rights” cards across Canada.
One Surrey councillor is making it his mission to see any given restaurant menu in the city lay claim that 80% of the food served is locally grown.