Starting at noon Friday, transit users will finally be able to travel to Port Moody and Coquitlam quickly and easily on the new Evergreen line.
An unexpected increase in humpback whales in B.C.'s coastal waters this year has resulted in a record number of entanglements in nets, lines, traps and related commercial fishing gear.
Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside is getting a significant injection of municipal cash to support economic development.
Accused United Nations gang killer Cory Vallee raised his friendship with gang leader Clay Roueche in a secretly recorded conversation with an undercover cop, a Crown prosecutor said Wednesday.
More anti-Chinese flyers have been distributed in Richmond.
Premier Christy Clark said Wednesday the reality of a Kinder Morgan pipeline going ahead is much closer, with all of her five pre-conditions to supporting the project nearly being met.
The long-anticipated Evergreen Line train to Coquitlam, which will begin operating on Friday, came in under budget, according to the provincial government.
A lawyer for accused United Nations gang killer Cory Vallee says police improperly manipulated his “chatty” client during an undercover operation in August 2014.
B.C. is projecting a larger-than-expected budget surplus this year, despite a drop on revenues from real estate sales.
A Richmond man accused of murdering his wife is facing a new trial after there was a hung jury in the case over the weekend.
Scientists around the continent are working to unravel the mystery of the deaths of Qila and Aurora, the Vancouver Aquarium's two belugas that succumbed this month to sudden illness, just days apart.
Members of a B.C. First Nation on the front lines of Canada's pipeline conflict made an 11th-hour bid Monday to convince the Trudeau government to take their side in a clash over Canada's energy future.
Researchers are using a drone to obtain samples from the blow sprays of humpback whales on the B.C. coast and analyzing the contents as a way to measure health.
Philanthropist Michael Audain has donated $2 million to the Art Gallery of Greater Victoria.
Two successful entrepreneurs who attended the University of B.C. have donated $1 million each to help fledging businesses hatched at the university get to market.
The inappropriate use of antipsychotic drugs for the 27,000 B.C. seniors living in nursing homes has decreased but the use of antidepressants among such seniors remains high in British Columbia compared to other provinces, says B.C. seniors advocate Isobel Mackenzie.
B.C. high school teachers will have an extra year to implement the province's new curriculum, education minister Mike Bernier announced Thursday.
A 20-year-old Delta man who failed to stop twice for police within a few days has been issued 15 tickets when he could have had just one.
TransLink’s board and mayors council have unanimously approved the first phase of a 10-year transit plan that will see improvements to bus, rail and SeaBus service starting in January.