A politician in northern Sweden wants to list sex as an officially approved activity for civil servants during their daily paid lunch break.
Homicide investigators are in Burnaby after a woman was found dead inside a private residence on Thursday afternoon.
Metro Vancouver is looking for “novel” ways to use biosolids, or sewage sludge, as its population grows and produces more waste.
A 79-year-old woman is dead following a pedestrian accident in Abbotsford Wednesday night.
A 39-year-old Vancouver man has died from injuries sustained in a motorcycle accident in Kitsilano on Wednesday morning.
Women newly liberated from ISIS’s cruel clutches celebrated by burning their veils and enjoying their first cigarettes in years.
A twisted cannibal was caught by his mortified mother eating a seven-year-old boy he had butchered.
Brunette Barbie has been kicked to the curb.
Johnny "K-9" Kroitoru was a colourful former wrestler, bit actor and biker who pleaded guilty in 2013 to conspiring to kill the Bacon brothers.
There’s bad luck.
B.C. students are praising a move by government to cut in half interest rate on student loans, though they'd prefer there was no interest at all.
Neighbourhood activists are wondering how affordable rental housing fits into Burnaby’s plan to make Metrotown its new downtown core.
Plans for protests on the arrival of Eric and Donald Trump Jr. in Vancouver next week for the official opening of the Trump International Hotel and Tower are changing as details about the day's schedule emerge.
A 50-year-old man has been charged with animal negligence stemming from the deaths of 14 large breed dogs at a pet boarding business over the summer.
This week, the B.C. government announced they have been in talks with a local entrepreneur to host guided climbing tours on the Lions Gate Bridge.
Photographs shown in an Edmonton courtroom Tuesday depict a chaotic crime scene with the blood of six people spilled across a warehouse where a double murder took place in 2014.
The Vancouver Aquarium plans to spend $20 million to expand its beluga habitat, despite plans to stop displaying the whales by 2029.
A guard at B.C.’s Kent Institution is among thousands of federal government employees still plagued by payroll shortfalls and inconsistencies a year after the government rolled out its computerized Phoenix payroll system.
Major tax cuts promised by Premier Christy Clark largely failed to materialize in Tuesday’s provincial budget, replaced instead by partial future relief from medical premiums and spending increases for health care, child welfare and education.