Noelle O'Soup's family was fighting to remove her from gr...
The family of Noelle O'Soup, a 14-year-old Indigenous girl whose remains were found in a Vancouver apartment in May, says B.C.'s Ministry of Children and Fam...
'Red flags' for money laundering raised in B.C. misconduc...
A lawyer who also serves as the honorary consul for Ukraine in Vancouver committed professional misconduct when he helped complete 15 real estate deals refer...
You tip your hairdresser, but what about your mechanic? E...
'Tip creep' is spreading to card payment machines way beyond restaurants, bars and hair salons - prompting questions over those companies' motives and calls ...
Prince Rupert, Terrace - Wanted: Nickolas William Ferguson
This week, the Prince Rupert RCMP is requesting the public’s assistance in locating 31-year-old Nickolas William Ferguson.
Concerns over salmon prompt calls to pause Trans Mountain...
Construction of the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion has started in the Coquihalla River in Hope, B.C., at the same time as the salmon migration — prompting...
Temping doctors, orphaned patients: Turmoil continues in ...
Patients and doctors alike are feeling the effects of a turbulent healthcare system, where clinic closures have B.C.'s physicians weighing their options as t...
Multiple arrests after police allegedly assaulted amid te...
Several police officers were allegedly assaulted Tuesday in the Downtown Eastside, amid heightened tensions in the neighbourhood as crews were dismantling a ...
Burned bodies found in Summerland linked to fatal Abbotsf...
Investigators say the discovery of human remains inside a burning vehicle in Summerland on Saturday, and the police chase in Abbotsford on Sunday — where the...
B.C. group calls for halt of pipeline construction to pro...
Construction of the Trans Mountain pipeline at B.C.'s Coquihalla River started last week and Kate Tairyan has been watching it closely, devastated by what sh...
Keremeos Creek wildfire grows to 68 sq. km as crews fight...
The Keremeos Creek wildfire has now scorched 6,838 hectares, according to the latest estimate from the B.C. Wildfire Service.
Family, police appeal for information about missing B.C. ...
The family of 67-year-old Scott Graham is appealing to the public for information about his whereabouts as they head to Spain, where he was last seen, to try...
B.C. Greens demanding watchdog report into Telus Health b...
The BC Green Party is asking the province to release a health-care watchdog's report into corporate care they believe may be creating a two-tiered system in ...
B.C. police pursuit that ended with 2 suspects dead was l...
A B.C. police pursuit that ended in a crash that killed two people has been linked to a homicide more than 300 kilometers away, according to an update from p...
Community fears racist backlash after police release list...
Some members of Metro Vancouver's South Asian community have expressed concerns over potential racist backlash after police released a list of 11 men they sa...
1 dead, taxi driver seriously injured after gunman fires ...
One man is dead and a taxi driver is seriously injured following a targeted shooting in a Surrey, B.C., parking lot on Tuesday afternoon.
B.C. tenants face extra rent hikes to fund landlords' rep...
Tenants' advocates are urging the B.C. government to reconsider a policy that allows landlords to cover the costs of repairs and improvements on their proper...
Passenger killed, taxi driver injured in shooting in Surr...
One person is dead and a second is in hospital after someone opened fire on a taxi Tuesday afternoon in Surrey, Mounties say.
Man charged after 2019 hit-and-run that injured 2 police ...
The Burnaby RCMP say a driver, who allegedly injured two police officers in a hit-and-run incident three years ago, has been charged.
Summerland, B.C. Southeast District, Major Crimes Unit - ...
Update: Human remains in burned car connected to stolen car involved in Abbotsford fatal crash
Canada and British Columbia invest $29.5 million in 11 pr...
From the Government of Canda: https://www.canada.ca/en/office-infrastructure/news/2022/08/canada-and-british-columbia-invest-295-million-in-11-projects-to-ma...
B.C. recorded 16 suspected heat deaths during recent heat...
There were 16 suspected heat-related deaths recorded in British Columbia during the sweltering temperatures that began in late July and continued into early ...
Photos, video released in case of B.C. murder suspect's p...
Mounties have release additional photos and video in the case of a murder suspect who escaped from a B.C. jail with the help of two accomplices last month.
Agassiz, Upper Fraser Valley - Fisherman missing in Fras...
At approximately 1:45 am on Sunday, August 7th, Agassiz RCMP received a report of a man in the river after a boat capsized in the Fraser River near Kilby.
More than 7 dozen monkeypox cases confirmed in British Co...
About one in 10 monkeypox cases in Canada have been confirmed in British Columbia, the latest data suggests.
Pilot program helps recruit, retain seasonal domestic agr...
A pilot program this summer is connecting B.C. employers with seasonal domestic workers looking for employment in Okanagan orchards and vineyards.
Prince George - Missing Person – Paul Phillip Kopp
Missing Person – Paul Phillip Kopp
Driver charged in connection to hit-and-run that injured ...
A driver is facing charges more than three years after a hit-and-run where two officers were injured.
Notice of Nomination and Advance Registration for the Gen...
For more information on the 2022 General Municipal Election visit: https://election.creston.ca
'It was just planted on the log': Cougar encounter caught...
A Vancouver Island man has caught a rare cougar encounter on video.
Upper Fraser Valley, BC Highway Patrol - Check your blin...
On August 6, 2022 BC Highway Patrol Chilliwack responded to a two-vehicle collision near Othello Road on the Coquihalla Highway.
Underage employee sexually assaulted at Kamloops store, R...
Police are investigating allegations that an underage employee was sexually assaulted on multiple occasions at a business in Kamloops, B.C., and have asked a...
Stable weather in B.C. allowing wildfire crews to focus o...
Crews battling the wildfire that has forced the evacuation of more than 500 properties in British Columbia's southern Okanagan are taking advantage of calm w...
Here's why UBC won't be getting a driverless shuttle serv...
A plan that's been years in the making to bring a driverless shuttle service to B.C.'s biggest university has been scrapped.
Hatchet-wielding suspect charged officer in New Westminst...
Police have arrested a suspect who allegedly charged at an officer with a hatchet Monday in New Westminster.
Expansion of cellular coverage makes driving safer in the...
Cellular coverage is available for the community of Wells, northwest of Barkerville, bringing safer driving conditions to that section of Highway 26 and the ...
2 seniors taken to hospital after break-in attempt near R...
Richmond Mounties are hoping to identify a suspect they say assaulted two seniors during a break-in attempt.
Kamloops City - Police seek information in sexual interf...
A series of sexual interference allegations has local police reaching out to the community to see if anyone has more information related to the investigation.
B.C., RichmondBC - Composite sketch released of man susp...
Police asking for help in identifying man in forensic sketch
Nanaimo singer makes debut on Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon
Nanaimo, B.C.-raised singer Lauren Spencer-Smith made her U.S. talkshow debut with an appearance on the Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.
City staff begin removing tents from Vancouver's Downtown...
People living in tents and other structures along a busy street in Vancouver's Downtown Eastside have been handed notices advising the spaces are about to be...
Multiple arrests following skirmish with police as tents ...
A number of people have been arrested following a skirmish with police in the Downtown Eastside as city staff began the process of removing tents and other s...
Here's how B.C. crews are using controlled burns to fight...
With B.C.'s Keremeos Creek wildfire continuing to threaten homes and communities, wildfire crews are using controlled burns to contain the blaze.
Funding boost gives used plastics new lease on life
A $10-million investment in the CleanBC Plastics Action Fund will help grow made-in-B.C. solutions to reduce plastic pollution, create new products and incre...
Tents to be removed from Vancouver homeless camp, startin...
Tents and other structures are being removed from a stretch of East Hastings Street on Vancouver's Downtown Eastside starting Tuesday, the city confirmed.
Vancouver-based tech company Hootsuite laying off 30% of ...
Vancouver-based social media company Hootsuite Inc. is laying off 30 per cent of its staff, the latest company to announce layoffs during a recent surge of c...
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