Chinatown housing advocates call for meeting with propert...
Housing advocates in Chinatown are holding a rally
B.C. police watchdog investigating after fatal incident i...
Officers arrived and used a taser on the man, sending him into medical distress.
IIOBC Called to Chilliwack
On February 24 just after 2 p.m. officers of the Upper Fraser Valley Regional Detachment RCMP (UFVRD) were dispatched to a report of a parental abduction.
Global News Hour at 6: Feb 24
Watch Global News Hour at 6 for Saturday, February 24, 2018. For the latest news and video, go to globalnews.ca/bc.
Canadian skicross racer apologizes for behavior after thr...
The Canadian Olympic Committee confirms that Dave Duncan, his wife Maja and Canadian technical coach William Raine had been detained by police in South Korea...
Metro Vancouver begins digging out of heavy snowfall
After being warned of the major storm yesterday, it was time to assess the damage caused by the heavy amount of snow that fell in 24 hours. And while Metro V...
BC Winter Games: Inspiring the next generation of curlers
Team Canada picked up a gold medal in mixed doubles curling in Pyeongchang, something that did not go unnoticed by dozens of young curlers competing in Kamlo...
Quadruple Amputee soon to be homeless
Before Christmas, we introduced you to John Black: a quadruple amputee who was struggling to find a new place to move to. He thought he had a new home as of ...
Concerns about alcohol abuse in college and university
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Dramatic West Van dog rescue caught on camera
The wintry blast is also leading to a warning to dog owners and walkers, keep your pets on leash when outdoors. That’s after two dogs got away from the...
Olympian, wife and coach from Whistler, B.C. arrested in ...
South Korean police found the trio in a vehicle that was allegedly stolen near the Athlete's Village.
Child, mother speak out about reported luring incident
Nine-year-old Braydon De Repentigny said he was walking home from Kelowna's Spring Valley Elementary on Thursday when a white minivan stopped at the entrance...
Advocates propose mixed-use mental-health 'village' on Ri...
The Riverview Village Intentional Community Society envisions a kind of wellness utopia on the Coquitlam site, where patients would live alongside non-patients.
WATCH: Global News Hour at 6 – Feb. 24
Watch the online edition of Global News Hour at 6.
'Stop hunting us, stop killing us': hundreds at Vancouver...
Hundreds gathered in downtown Vancouver to protest this week's acquittal of Raymond Cormier in the death of 15-year-old Winnipeg teen Tina Fontaine.
‘Nothing has changed’: Dozens march for Tina Fontaine in ...
Dozens were on the corner of West Georgia and Hamilton streets asking for systemic change saying Canada is not protecting Indigenous women and girls.
Metro Vancouver digs itself out, enjoys February snowfall
All hands were on deck for the cleanup, but some residents found creative ways to have fun in the snow.
Recipe: Joe Fortes’ lobster roll
Wayne Sych, executive chef for Joe Fortes Seafood & Chophouse, shares a recipe for lobster rolls.
From Haida Gwaii to Wakanda: Indigenous artist gets first...
A Haida animator was responsible for helping the world of Wakanda come alive in a film that is breaking barriers at the box office.
DRAW-ma or DRA-ma: Is there an Okanagan accent?
Researchers at UBC Okanagan are asking British Columbians to submit voice recordings to help them determine if people from the Okanagan have certain characte...
True or False?: False Creek will be safe for swimming thi...
Areas of False Creek meet the criteria for recreational use, but other areas still pose serious concerns for officials.
Canada’s Tournament Capital hosts 2018 BC Winter Games
Sat, Feb 24: More than 1,200 athletes are in Kamloops for the BC Winter Games, the first time the city has hosted in 40 years. Nadia Stewart speak with Kamlo...
Calls for unity at Justice for Tina demonstration in Vanc...
Two weeks after protesting the verdict in Colten Boushie's killing, demonstrators took to the streets again for Tina Fontaine.
'Have a bit of a strategy:' Vancouver festival boasts 4,5...
On the heels of a two-week wine boycott, B.C. has a chance to bounce back starting Saturday night with the annual Vancouver International Wine Festival.
Victoria Police arrest man following suspected sexual ass...
Police said a charge of sexual assault is pending, but he has since been released and is banned from riding the bus or being at bus stops.
Man charged with sexual assault after incident on B.C. Tr...
Police say other women came forward after initial victim shared her story.
End of permanent residency program for foreign caregivers...
The upcoming expiration of a program allowing foreign caregivers working in Canada to apply for permanent residency has some advocacy groups concerned and ca...
Claire’s Travel Deals – Travel Safety Tips
Travel Expert Claire Newell gives us a rundown on the top safety tips to adhere to while traveling.
30 years after Canada's first MP came out, LGBT politicia...
Today, there are LGBT elected officials across the county. They say it’s because of Robinson and others like him that they’re able to live a life without fea...
Snow continues to wreak havoc on Metro Vancouver roads
The weekend kicked off with several crashes on the region's roads and highways.
In photos: Snow blankets B.C.’s South Coast
Many across B.C.'s South Coast woke up to a fresh layer of snowfall on Saturday morning.
Supplier to NHL's Calgary Flames breathes again as B.C. w...
Encore Vineyards in Summerland landed a big contract to be the official wine of the Calgary Flames.
Official winery to Calgary Flames relieved after B.C. win...
The operators of a small British Columbia winery that landed a big contract to be the official wine of the NHL's Calgary Flames are relieved their Cabernet M...
Clean up underway in Metro Vancouver after overnight snow...
Some areas of Metro Vancouver saw up to 20 centimetres of snow accumulate in 24 hours. Residents and city crews are now working to get the weekend back on tr...
Music Therapy Month
The team from Music heals tell us all about the incredible healing power of music and how it is being used in therapy sessions.
Heated Vancouver council meeting may be harbinger of nast...
If the exchange between NPA councillor George Affleck and Vision Vancouver’s Raymond Louie at this week’s council meeting was any indication, voters may have...
Open House – Home and Garden Show – Tiny Home Village
Kaitlyn Herbst finds out how one company is suggesting we deal with Vancouver’s Housing crisis – as she visits the Tiny Home Village at the Home and Ga...
Saturday Chef – Joe Fortes’ Lobster Roll
Wayne Syce – Executive chef at Joe Fortes – shows us how to make one of their signature dishes – a lobster roll.
Space Talk with Scott McGillvray
Sat, Feb 24: Scott McGillvray from the RASC tells us about NASA’s latest mission life-finding mission to Saturn.
Supplier to NHL’s Calgary Flames breathes again as B.C. w...
The operators of a small British Columbia winery that landed a big contract to be the official wine of the National Hockey League's Calgary Flames are reliev...
NDP plans to restore timber harvest rules, premier says
Premier John Horgan has noted one important change coming to forestry rules in the province.
Gulf Islanders applaud BC Ferries fare reduction — now wa...
Live in a part of B.C. that's reliant on marine transportation, and you'll never have a bad word to say about B.C. Ferries prices going down.
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