As medical services plan rates rise in 2015, one Victoria MLA wants to see them gone altogether.
Whether modern humans mated with Neanderthals, evolved out of Africa or housed brains like humans today, are all questions two local archaeologists are helping answer after examining the skulls found at the Manot Cave in Israel.
The hallways of Templeton Secondary School were invaded by student made Mars rovers on Thursday as part of a joint project with B.C. Institute of Technology and tech giant SAP.
Vancouver physician Dr. Laura Magee had restrained herself from using blood- pressure medication with pregnant patients in fear that lowering the pressure would harm the babies, but an international research study has now proven her wrong.
Vulnerable children and families are falling through the cracks of an under-resourced child welfare system “with desperately tragic consequences,” according to the union representing B.C.’s social services sector.
The north Fraser region is expected to start bursting at the seams with job opportunities in the next 10 years, according to a B.C. government funded $111,000 study released Thursday.
An intense upswing in animal cruelty investigations was reported last year as the B.C. SPCA broke records with nearly 9,000 reported incidents.
A British Columbia girl who claimed a car accident changed her personality and turned her into a dominatrix was awarded $1.5 million in damages by the provincial supreme court this month. In 2008, Alissa Afonina was a passenger in her former boyfriend’s car when it drove into the ditch off Highway 1 and she suffered a brain injury.
Drivers in Abbotsford have had a tough start to the year as car thefts are up 62% compared to the first four weeks of 2014.
Remote control cars no larger than a cereal box were designed and programmed to track down magnetic fields representing buried bombs and land mines for a University of B.C. mechanical engineering competition Wednesday.
B.C. has the highest living organ donor rate in Canada, according to the latest data compiled by the province.
Over the course of three years, 3,779 suspected privacy breaches were reported by government ministries, agencies and service providers, according to B.C.’s privacy watchdog.
A Coast Mountain bus with routes in Burnaby is the first to test a new barrier separating transit riders from bus operators as part of a push to reduce assaults on drivers.
The mother of a woman whose DNA and bones were found on Robert Pickton’s property says her daughter’s remains should result in another murder charge for the convicted serial killer.
Langley dog-walker Emma Paulsen was sentenced to six months in prison Wednesday for the deaths of six dogs that died while in her care.
Burnaby Acorn held a rally outside a newly opened money lending store Tuesday to raise awareness about the dangerous proliferation of these types of businesses and to put pressure on the city and province to do something about it.
Greg Smith and Elaine Smith of Pitt Meadows are struggling to bring their new family home from Mexico City after their babies, born prematurely from a surrogate Mexican mother, are facing health issues and an ever-growing medical bill.
Today’s workforce has employees from four generations, and according to an employment expert, it’s becoming the biggest challenge for leadership moving forward.
“What happened in Auschwitz, it’s hard to even understand it and imagine."
A B.C. Court of Appeal judge struck down a class action lawsuit that sought damages after a weight loss drug allegedly led to serious heart problems for those who were prescribed it.