This is life on the night shift: armed robberies, pure ex...
From responding to emergency calls to running 24-hour shops, there are plenty of jobs that start as the rest of the world settles into bed for the night.
Woman critically hurt after car rear ends motorcycle in M...
A woman is in critical condition after she was thrown from a motorcycle after it was rear-ended by a car in Mission late Sunday afternoon.
Trudeau delivers campaign-style speech at nomination even...
Trudeau introduced former broadcaster Tamara Taggart as the Liberal candidate for Vancouver Kingsway, a riding currently held by NDP MP Don Davies.
Inferno guts Surrey home; all occupants escape unhurt
20 firefighters defensively fought a blaze that tore through a Fraser Heights home in Surrey Sunday night.
WHL Roundup: Sunday, March 24, 2019
Quinn Benjafield scored the go-ahead go with less than three minutes left in the third period, and the Edmonton Oil Kings held on to defeat the Medicine Hat ...
Global News Hour at 6: Mar 24
Watch Global News Hour at 6 for Sunday, March 24, 2019. For the latest news and video, go to globalnews.ca/bc.
Motorcycle passenger in critical condition after crash in...
A van struck a motorcycle, throwing a female passenger to the ground and causing life-threatening injuries, according to police.
Check with strata council before buying electric car, Van...
A Vancouver couple is warning potential electric vehicle buyers to check with their strata council about setting up a charging station before making the purc...
Vancouver art exhibit explores rise of rage and racism
An A-frame sign with a painting of an angry, white man, which sits outside a Westside Vancouver art gallery, is a jarring juxtaposition to the spring morning...
ICBC researching hazard perception training and testing
Global News has learned ICBC is researching computerized hazard perception testing technology to see how it could potentially be used to reduce crashes and m...
B.C. evening weather forecast: Mar 24
The Sunday, March 24, 2019 evening weather forecast for Metro Vancouver and British Columbia.
Tofino struggling to cope with homelessness crisis in B.C.
Tofino’s mayor and council says they’re shocked to find out the local hospital is also being used as an emergency shelter for the local homeless ...
Nanaimo-Ladysmith federal byelection is called for May
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has called another federal byelection for B.C. Keith Baldrey has more on what is expected to be a tight race and the Prime Mini...
B.C. aviation expert says Boeing MAX 8 grounding will lea...
UBC aviation professor Tae Hoon Oum said airlines will take advantage of the increased demand caused by the grounding.
B.C. NDP under attack over farm changes
Farmers are upset with proposed changes to BC’s Agricultural Land Commission and accuse the government of being out of touch.
Family of Michael Dunahee, who vanished 28 years ago, sti...
Sunday marks 28 years since 4-year-old Michael Dunahee went missing from a Victoria playground.
Metro Vancouver farmers and opposition BC Liberals rally ...
Farmers say Bills 52 and 15 are stopping them from making a go of their farms, but the provincial government says they’re only ensuring land meant for ...
Grounding of MAX 8 planes will lead to more expensive fli...
Travel experts in B.C. say the indefinite grounding of the Boeing 737 MAX 8 planes will lead to increased travel costs for anyone hoping to catch a flight th...
B.C. Coroner investigating death of Seattle man
The death of a tourist is under investigation in Whistler.
Canadian Coast Guard’s newest vessel damaged after runnin...
A statement from Seaspan says the crash damaged the vessel's rudder, propeller, and port side.
Vancouver-made app aims to help newcomers to Canada
For thousands of newcomers, the first steps to life in Canada are usually the hardest. Now help will just be at their fingertips.
Place your bets: Vancouver airport holds bracket to find ...
The contest, which runs until April 8, will choose from 32 competitors in four heats.
RCMP arrest suspected arsonist on Vancouver Island
A man has been arrested in connection to a series of fires in downtown Courtenay.
Vancouver city council considers scrapping rental housing...
The Rental 100 program gives breaks to developers for setting aside rental units, but critics say it's not creating affordable housing.
Tofino mayor calls hospital’s use as shelter for homeless...
"I personally was unaware that people were staying overnight in the hospital sometimes because they simply didn't have an adequate home to go back to," the m...
‘It’s taking a severe toll’: B.C. paramedics, dispatchers...
The union is sounding the alarming on a "staffing crisis," saying the problem is happening across the province.
SilverStar avalanche victim remains in hospital but is in...
Nathan Fisher's friend says he is "pretty banged up" with broken bones, broken ribs and a collapsed lung, among other injuries.
Coquitlam man barred from injecting Botox at Burnaby skin...
A Coquitlam man has been ordered by a B.C. Supreme Court judge to stop injecting Botox and to refrain from calling himself a doctor.
DOJ: Trump campaign did not co-ordinate with Russia in 2016
The Justice Department said Sunday that special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation did not find evidence that U.S. President Donald Trump's campaign "con...
Trump didn't co-ordinate with Russia in 2016, report decl...
The Justice Department declared Sunday that special counsel Robert Mueller's long investigation did not find evidence that U.S. President Donald Trump's camp...
Mueller's Russia probe report rules out criminal collusion
Special counsel Robert Mueller did not find evidence that U.S. President Donald Trump's campaign "conspired or co-ordinated" with Russia to influence the 201...
Online real estate auctions try to shake up sales with no...
An online auction for a luxury home in Abbotsford is drawing attention for its novel approach, which some observers say has potential to inspire new sales.
Byelection date announced for riding of Nanaimo-Ladysmith
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has announced a byelection in May to fill a vacant seat left by a former New Democrat.
‘I just stomped out SOS’: Alberta hiker saved by B.C. rem...
Hunkered down in the backcountry west of Rocky Mountain House, Adam Nichols eventually spotted an Alberta forestry camera near a trail. He decided to make tr...
Trudeau sets May date for federal byelection in Nanaimo-L...
The seat was vacated by NDP MP Sheila Malcolmson after she won the provincial byelection in Nanaimo in January.
Popping in with Dana Gee
Why is Fyre Festival merchandise going up for auction? And what is fantasy bird watching? Dana Gee has all the details in her weekly pop culture news round up.
How to reduce human-wildlife conflict
Alongside the increase in temperature, comes the increased risk of human-wildlife conflict. Vanessa Isnardy, Wildsafe BC provincial coordinator, explains how...
When life gives you unwanted fruit, make ... popsicles?
A program run by the Kamloops Food Policy Council is trying to reduce food waste by collecting excess fruit grown in the area and turning it into popsicles.
Ask an Expert: Pet Q&A
Veterinarian, Dr. Andrew Forsyth, answers viewers pet-related questions including if CBD oil is safe to use on animals.
New documentary follows wrestlers on the road
A new documentary, “350 Days,” documents the grueling touring schedule of a professional wrestler, with the title referring to the number of days...
Federal byelection set for B.C.'s Nanaimo-Ladysmith in May
A byelection has been called for the B.C. federal riding of Nanaimo-Ladysmith, the Prime Minister's Office announced Sunday.
Federal byelection set for May in B.C. riding of Nanaimo-...
A byelection has been called for the B.C. federal riding of Nanaimo-Ladysmith, the Prime Minister's Office announced Sunday.
RCMP puppy naming contest
The RCMP need the publics help naming their newest puppy recruits. Corporal Mike Jordan and Constable Chris Jordan, along with two canine officers, explain h...
Want more family doctors? Change how they work and get pa...
A Vancouver doctor says the tentative agreement British Columbia recently reached with the province's 14,000 doctors doesn't do enough to change family medic...
Prince George residents finding winter ticks in their yar...
Spring may officially be here, but Prince George residents have been finding winter ticks outside and posting about them on social media. 
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