Selling off a strip of land from two school sites might provide some much-needed capital money to fix up or replace aging schools.
Metro Vancouver wants to figure out a way to encourage farmers who lease their land to sign the dotted line on more long-term contracts.
A mother and daughter have been charged with animal cruelty in northern B.C. after 18 horses, 18 dogs, two cats and other small animals were allegedly found in distress.
A web-enabled, 3D-printed drone that’s controlled by a laptop instead of a remote control isn’t the work of a private security firm, but a group of university students rapt in the world of robotics.
The provincial government no longer has to pay back the $1.75 million it was ordered to pay a forestry company after a First Nations group blockaded a logging operation in 2006.
After two years of delays and getting closer to being a law than ever before, the Gender Identity Bill has suffered another setback on the federal level.
The latest marine species to be discovered off the B.C. coast would’ve been missed if it wasn’t for a Department of Fisheries and Oceans expedition to investigate bycatch from trawling commercial fishers.
The next time you need the RCMP to provide security at your outdoor party, concert — or really any big third-party-hosted public event — Surrey City Hall is prepared to provide a 50% discount from the often expensive law enforcement bills that come with these celebrations.
A vigil planned for this Saturday will commemorate the life of Naverone Woods, the 23-year-old Gitxsan First Nation man fatally shot by Transit Police last December.
A handful of protesters are keeping watch over a Kinder Morgan drilling site in New Westminster - with several temporarily blocking traffic Tuesday on a Highway 1 on-ramp near the site.
Movies for Mommies Vancouver held a screening of the controversial R-rated film Fifty Shades of Grey for moms and babies on Wednesday.
The chairman of the Vancouver School Board says it’s time to discuss using donations to bolster education funding as the district receives the largest sum of money it’s ever seen through donations - as far as records show.
The principal of a French private school in North Vancouver is defending his decision to call police on two mothers and a group of children who would not leave the playground during restricted hours.
The courts have sided with a man who came to Vancouver from Italy and got injured by a slide tackle in a “touch football” game of soccer.
Transit Police will be stretched to capacity once the Evergreen Line is completed, and will likely need more officers if the mayors’ regional transportation plan is approved.
A Burnaby woman is hopeful the city will allow her to keep her two furry pets Toggy and Andy - who just so happen to be pygmy goats.
Victoria police are developing a program to help police officers overcome implicit or unconscious bias that can affect their work. It is based on the Fair and Impartial Police guidelines used in many U.S. States, as well as by Toronto police.
It’s a battle the region has spent more than $2.6 million fighting over the past two decades, but the blood-sucking enemy keeps coming back every year — though in smaller numbers.
After proving her innocence in court more than a year ago over human slavery charges, Mumtaz Ladha is taking the RCMP and director of Civil Forfeiture to court for negligence.