A First Nations organization critical of British Columbia's mining industry is calling on the province to put a moratorium on new placer-mining claims adjacent to rivers and streams over pollution concerns and damage to fish habitat.
A lawyer for a drunk driver who killed three people including two cyclists is calling for a sentence of two years less a day in jail for his client.
Agriculture and food processing is a $13-billion-and-growing industry for British Columbia, but it still faces problems with land use and labour issues that could become fodder for the May 9 provincial election.
The hunt is on for a new location for Vancouver’s 4/20 marijuana rally, starting in 2018.
The B.C. government will spend $113 million on the latest phase of widening the Trans-Canada Highway to six lanes between Langley and Abbotsford.
School-improvement announcements are coming fast and furious with a provincial election just less than six weeks away.
Vancouver billionaire Jimmy Pattison has made what’s being described as the largest donation in Canadian history to a medical facility by an individual. The donation will support the redevelopment of St. Paul’s Hospital on its new site in False Creek flats.
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The number of reported sexual offences on TransLink services went down last year, according to year-end statistics released by the Transit Police.
VANCOUVER — A cyclist who fell several hundred metres behind two of his friends on the day they were hit and killed by a drunk driver says the accident scarred him for life.
Carbon monoxide poisoning is suspected of causing the deaths of a rural family of four whose bodies were found in their home, the B.C. coroners service said Monday.
B.C. NDP opposition leader John Horgan released a forestry plan Monday that is long on ambitions for curbing log exports and investing in value-added manufacturing to create jobs, but short on details about how an NDP government would accomplish them.
The bullying at the Vancouver School Board all comes down to conduct and comments made at two meetings — one a private meeting of the board on Sept. 6 and the other the public meeting on Sept. 26 about school closures, WorkSafeBC has ruled.
San Francisco housing activist Sonja Trauss figures to shake up a Vancouver audience this week with an "in-your-face" approach to the housing crisis which doesn't take no for an answer.
Frustrated parents pushed strollers Saturday to push the B.C. Liberals into supporting $10-a-day child care.
High-risk sex offender Christopher Paul Neil, once known as "Swirl face," has recently been released from prison and plans to live in Vancouver.
Environment Minister Mary Polak stood at a makeshift campsite in Mountain Equipment Co-op’s Vancouver store Thursday for an election-style announcement of 375 new campsites to be open by spring and summer throughout B.C.
Brian Provini has marched with the Casey House contingent in the Pride parade for many years.
A Hells Angels associate who was convicted in a major cocaine conspiracy has been sentenced to 10 years in prison.