Baby recovered from Richmond apartment after tense, hour-...
Police were responding to reports of a domestic disturbance involving a possible weapon.
The fate of transportation to UBC: Mayor’s Council to ass...
A new report heading to the TransLink Mayor's Council recommends choosing the SkyTrain over light rail and a combination of the two transit systems.
'I will make myself fully available': Former Speaker Lind...
Andrew Weaver, the B.C. Green Party leader, says "restoring public trust must be every MLA’s priority at this moment in time."
Public engagement on caribou to start in February
Broken water main sends flood of muddy, oily effluent int...
Photos from the scene showed a large, brown bloom of effluent with some oily sheen expanding into the ocean.
Former Mountain involved in Dziekanski Taser death launch...
A former Mountie involved in the death of a man jolted by a Taser at Vancouver's airport is suing the federal and provincial governments for damages, claimin...
Vancouver water main break runs into ocean
Its wetter than usual down by the heliport as a water main broke and is spilling into Burrard inlet.
New agricultural rules will better protect human health, ...
New rules for agricultural waste management will better protect B.C.’s water and provide more clarity for the agricultural sector.
Snowfall temporarily disrupts power in Penticton
Tree topples over, lands on power line; approximately 1,000 customers wake up with no electricity on Wednesday morning.
New video released in shocking New Westminster hit-and-run
New Westminster police have received video from a transit but that shows a pedestrian being struck while she crossed the street in December.
New Westminster police release hit-and-run video
New West police need help in identifying the car in this hit-and-run video. The victim survived but the police still need more information from witnesses.
Dirty money tip portal extended, includes co-operation wi...
British Columbians now have additional time to provide input into a fact-finding review of potential money laundering.
Video shows car striking pedestrian in New Westminster hi...
New Westminster police have released video of a hit and run crash that injured a woman last month, in the hope of identifying the person responsible.
Greater public scrutiny of Legislature needed: auditor ge...
Video shows hit-and-run that left senior injured in New W...
Police have released disturbing video showing a hit-and-run that left a 67-year-old woman in hospital last month in New Westminster.
Handy devices for your home and office
Tech expert Kristina Stoyanova highlights some helpful gadgets from CES 2019.
Vancouver Symphony Orchestra celebrating its centennial
The Vancouver Symphony Orchestra is marking its 100th anniversary. New music director Otto Tausk explains how the VSO will celebrate the momentous milestone.
Auditor general says she's been left in dark over legisla...
Mugsy the puppy from Iran finds new home in Canada after ...
At just seven-months-old the little pup has seen the worst and best of humanity.
Puppy disfigured by acid in Iran gets new lease on life i...
At just seven-months-old the little pup has seen the worst and best of humanity.
Mugsy gets a new lease on life in BC
After having acid thrown on her face while she was just 40 days old in Iran, Mugsy the dog has found new hope in the home of a loving Vancouver resident.
Post-pregnancy blues? Support helpline now offers counsel...
A post-pregnancy support group is offering a new texting service to make getting help easier for new parents who might otherwise struggle to pick up the phon...
Northern B.C. economy stable, but some challenges loom
VDP release details on underage sex sting
Vancouver police have released new details into an operation targeting people willing to purchase sexual services from youth. As Sarah MacDonald reports inve...
Plecas recall effort continues despite bombshell report
The man pushing to recall Speaker Darryl Plecas says he’s moving forward despite the revelations in the bombshell legislature expenses report.
Legislature clerk Craig James shut down investigation of ...
New Taylor subdivision could be named after former mayor
Chan family donates $40M to Vancouver Art Gallery
In recognition of the gift — the largest-ever private donation to an arts and culture organisation in B.C. — the building will be named the Chan Centre for t...
Neve Campbell takes on a new role helping kids
Neve Campbell has been acting for more than two decades. While she continues to pursue work on the big and small screens, Michael Newman finds out she’...
Green Party leader Andrew Weaver calls for MLA Linda Reid...
Green Party leader Andrew Weaver is calling for MLA Linda Reid to step aside as assistant deputy speaker of the B.C. legislature.
2 men shot at 2 Kamloops hotels
Two men were shot at two separate hotels in Kamloops on Wednesday morning, and Mounties have yet to identify any suspects.
2 men killed in separate shootings at Kamloops hotels
Two men were shot and killed at two separate hotels in Kamloops Wednesday morning, and Mounties have yet to make any arrests.
Female hospitalised following Hit and Run in crosswalk
An adult female was injured last night after she was struck by a vehicle as she walked through a crosswalk in downtown Nanaimo. The incident occurred at appr...
Vancouver Mayor Kennedy Stewart
Neetu Garcha sits down with Vancouver Mayor Kennedy Stewart to discuss some of the biggest issues in the city of Vancouver for 2019
Must Watch TV.
Neetu Garcha sits down with TV Week’s Brent Furdyk for a look at the new shows you’ll want to check out.
Must Watch TV
Neetu Garcha sits down with TV Week’s Brent Furdyk for a look at the new shows you’ll want to check out.
Health Series – Creating a Work Life Balance
Registered Clinical Counsellor Julia Kristina gives us some tips for creating a better balance between work and home life.
Museum News — January 2019
B.C. man convicted of murdering wife in 1994 granted bail
Wade Skiffington has proclaimed his innocence in the murder of Wanda Martin in Richmond, B.C., in 1994.
Police urging caution on Okanagan roads after overnight snow
Police say there were three accidents near Oyama because of road conditions on Wednesday morning.
City considers moving landmark East Van Cross after condi...
The conditional approval of a new 10-storey tower right next to the beloved art piece means views of the cross will be lost.
47 men arrested for wanting to purchase sexual services f...
All of the arrests took place in 2018, and included men from "all walks of life," according to police.
Impaired driving suspect stopped by Mounties
Impaired driving suspect could face criminal charges after being stopped by RCMP.
Surrey RCMP Victim Services Unit welcomes “furry” addition
Surrey RCMP’s newest member is already having an impact on the community she serves.
2 men shot at Kamloops hotels Wednesday
Kamloops RCMP say the search is on for suspects Wednesday after two men were found suffering from gunshot wounds.
Powered by Feed Informer