Shoppers, think twice before you click an invoice like th...
And the scams are becoming more sophisticated. 
B.C. cemeteries, lacking land, are stacking bodies and sc...
"Smart density for the dead."
Global News Hour at 6: Nov 22
Watch Global News Hour at 6 with Chris Gailus and Sophie Lui for Wednesday, November 22, 2017.
With a mental health crisis unfolding, North Van students...
"I have no doubt that this will have a huge impact on people down the road."
Chilliwack school trustee repeats criticism of LGBTQ curr...
After initially apologizing, Chilliwack school trustee Barry Neufeld is now doubling down on his criticism of a curriculum that supports LGBTQ inclusivity. A...
North Shore school districts introduce mental health classes
Today’s Global News Hour at 6 Health Matters is brought to you by Pharmasave. North Shore school districts have taken the lead with a new curriculum so...
UBC researcher solves bowhead whale mystery
A UBC researcher has discovered the answer to a mystery about the behaviour of bowhead whales in the Northwest Passage. As Linda Aylesworth reports, her disc...
Ottawa unveils multi-million-dollar housing strategy
The federal government has unveiled its strategy for affordable housing, including an ambitious goal of cutting homelessness in half. Tanya Beja has the deta...
Phony invoices used to scam online shoppers
Our Consumer Matters reporter Anne Drewa tells us how fraudsters use fake emailed invoices to convince you to give up your personal information or infect you...
Squire Barnes talks to Neil Macrae’s widow about the canc...
Squire Barnes talks to the widow of well-known sportscaster Neil Macrae about the rare men’s cancer that was one of three he fought over three years.
Shocking animal cruelty posted online
A shocking case of animal cruelty on Vancouver Island has been posted online. As Neetu Garcha reports, the owners of an abused cat believe it was a case of c...
No conflict between science and faith for the Vatican's c...
"God created the universe; this I get from my faith," says Brother Guy Consolmagno, director of the Vatican observatory. "But my science tells me how he did ...
Quesnel to put needle disposal boxes in public washrooms
The city of Quesnel, B.C., will become the latest community to offer needle disposal boxes in public washrooms as the opioid crisis worsens.
B.C’s miracle survivors
Wednesday’s rescue of a dog walker who’d been missing in Coquitlam for two days is just the latest of a number of miracle survival stories through the years....
Missing dog walker found alive after two days in Coquitla...
Dog walker Annette Poitras and three dogs have been found alive and safe, after having been missing for two cold, drenched days in the Coquitlam backcountry....
B.C’s miracle survivors: A look back at past backcountry ...
While the rescue of Poitras and the dogs was a near-miracle, it's not the only time a case of a person missing in the backcountry has ended with good news.
Cat named Notorious B.I.G. shot multiple times — and surv...
A Prince George, B.C., cat named 'Biggie' is being described as a miracle after surviving multiple pellet gun shots from close range.
Cat named after Notorious B.I.G. shot multiple times — an...
A Prince George, B.C., cat named 'Biggie' is being described as a miracle after surviving multiple pellet gun shots from close range.
IHIT investigating police-involved shooting in Mission
A 33-year-old man was transported to hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.
Hope and worry for Zimbabwe students in B.C.
Robert Mugabe is the only president B.C. international students Michael Musa and Takundanashe Chisvo have ever known, and they wonder how his departure will ...
Williams Lake city councillor worries time running out to...
The province needs to move faster on letting forest companies salvage timber damaged by this summer's unprecedented wildfires, says a Williams Lake city coun...
National housing strategy long overdue for Vancouver: adv...
Canada's 10-year housing plan might have come too late for some of Vancouver's homeless.
Protestors claim Penticton Indian Band by-election is ill...
A small group of protestors gathered outside the Penticton Indian Band's community hall Wednesday where a by-election was being held to replace five councill...
‘Don’t like what we stand for? Don’t drink our product:’ ...
Breweries are using their beer to make a political statement...
Widow of broadcaster Neil Macrae opens up about husband’s...
The widow of well-known local sportscaster Neil Macrae is opening up about her late husband's battle with breast cancer, a disease that is rarely associated ...
Kelowna mailbox thief caught on tape
A private mailbox inside a gated community in the Dilworth Mountain area is out of order after being targeted several times by a mail thief.
Victoria housing strategy eases supply shortage
One year into Victoria's affordable housing strategy, construction in the city is starting to catch up with population growth.
Kelowna grandparents dodge e-money scam by bringing cash ...
Scam victims usually transfer the money before they get wise to the plot. Not this couple.
Environmental Assessment Office completes review of Ajax ...
The provincial ministers of environment and mines have until January 4, 2018, to decide whether to issue an environmental assessment certificate.
As Vancouver election looms, Coun. George Affleck leaves ...
Coun. George Affleck says after a lot of mind changing, he has decided to withdraw from municipal politics.
B.C. union's affordable housing plan proposes taxes targe...
One of B.C.’s largest unions says it has developed a plan that could help combat a lack of affordable housing in the province. It's recommending several tax ...
Ratko Mladic jailed for life over Bosnia war genocide
Bosnian journalist Esmir Milavic joined BC1 to give us an update on the sentencing of the Ratko Mladic, the Serb military commander dubbed the ‘Butcher...
Pro-LGBTQ2 group holds rally in Abbotsford
Two rallies are showcasing the opposing viewpoints in the changes made to BC’s school curriculum. Stacey Wakelin tells Sam Falk about the “BC Parents for Inc...
Culture Guard holds rally in Chilliwack
The cross Canada group “Culture Guard” is speaking in support of a controversial Chilliwack School trustee after comments he made concerning LGBTQ2 education...
High school locked down over reports of male with firearm
Brookswood Secondary was locked down for about an hour Wednesday. No injuries were reported.
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Invasive plant projects successful in Thompson-Nicola
Significant progress is being made to manage invasive plant species in the Thompson-Nicola region, as part of a $2.2-million pilot project that began this sp...
Lockdown lifted at Langley high school; RCMP continue sea...
The lockdown at Brookswood Secondary School in Langley has been lifted, but police are still investigating secondhand reports that a man with a gun was seen ...
B.C. to reimburse methadone patients for taking clinic fe...
The provincial government has agreed to pay back more than $5.5 million in fees collected from more than 11,700 methadone patients.
Pedestrian dies after being struck by vehicle in Richmond
The death marks Richmond's fourth pedestrian fatality of the year.
'It's their problem': urban deer controversy pits Cranbro...
Cranbrook, B.C., has voted to euthanize aggressive city deer, but the mayor and council say it should be a provincial responsibility.
'It's their problem': urban deer cull pits Cranbrook, B.C...
Cranbrook, B.C., has voted to euthanize aggressive city deer, but the mayor and council say it should be a provincial responsibility.
Brookswood Secondary in Langley under lockdown
Brookswood Secondary School is under lockdown, according to the Langley School District.
Lockdown lifted at Brookswood Secondary in Langley
Brookswood Secondary School was placed on lockdown on Wednesday afternoon.
Vancouver proposes 3.9% property tax hike for 2nd year in...
The City of Vancouver has proposed a 3.9 per cent property tax hike to help pay for its 2018 budget.
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