Chilliwack schools ask energy board to change path of Tra...
The Chilliwack School Board wants the proposed route of the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion changed because its goes through school grounds.
Crews battling wildfire near Port Mellon
The fire is just two hectares in size, but is not under control.
B.C. evening weather forecast: June 19,
The Wednesday, June 19, 2019 evening weather forecast for Metro Vancouver and British Columbia.
Air tankers battle wildfire burning near Port Mellon, B.C.
At this point, no structures are threatened by the fire.
Canadian government finally bans shark fin imports
Bowing to growing pressure, the federal government has banned the importation of shark fins. As Linda Aylesworth reports, conservationists hope the move will...
Scorpion that hitched ride to Vancouver gives birth
A scorpion that turned up in a Vancouver resident's home last month following a recent trip to Cuba has now given birth.
'Freak accident' injures teens at Vancouver Island wilder...
Emergency crews responded to a serious incident at Camp Barnard near Sooke on Wednesday afternoon, with one patient being transported to hospital in critical...
For environmentalists and Lower Mainland First Nations, 7...
Increased shipping caused by the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion may harm the endangered southern resident killer whales of the Salish Sea, and that's led ...
It's for the birds: Vancouver Island bird rescue society ...
The Mountainaire Avian Rescue Society, or MARS, has been patching up injured birds in B.C.'s Comox Valley since 1995. Now, they have opened a new visitor cen...
Why this pilloried Alberta environmentalist backs the Tra...
Ed Whittingham says he's taken a lot of hits for his views, and those blows are coming from both sides of the political aisle.
Scorpion gives birth after travelling to Canada in Vancou...
Staff at the Victoria Bug Zoo confirm in an online post that the scorpion has produced about 20 offspring, and the whole family is doing well.
St. Paul’s new cardiac treatment
Vancouver’s St. Paul’s hospital is announcing a fundamental change in the treatment of cardiac patients, with a new procedure that’s the fi...
Saanich jam stand owner loses battle with city hall
A Saanich woman who’s been fighting city hall over her roadside jam stand has lost her battle… for now. Kylie Stanton reports.
Vancouver man who helped Toronto shooting victims talks t...
A Vancouver man who helped the victims of a shooting in Toronto during the Toronto Raptors victory parade is telling his compelling story to Global News. Kri...
Burnaby RCMP warn about potentially dangerous prank
Burnaby RCMP are warning drivers after at least two vehicles had the lug nuts holding on their wheels loosened. Aaron McArthur reports.
Growing debate over federal government’s approval of Tran...
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is insisting the expanded Trans Mountain pipeline will be built, but opponents are vowing to fight it every step of the way. Ri...
Woman sues RCMP officer who asked if she was 'at all turn...
An Indigenous woman who was interrogated by a Kelowna RCMP officer in March, 2012, after reporting reporting a sexual assault, is now suing the officer.
RCMP seek woman missing in Fraser Valley since June 13
Police say Keely Reeze Loewen, 18, of Hope, may have traveled to Chilliwack.
Vancouver Canucks centre Elias Pettersson wins Calder Tro...
Vancouver Canucks centre Elias Pettersson has won the Calder Trophy as the NHL's top rookie at the league's award ceremony.
Vancouver's Pettersson takes home Calder Trophy, Calgary'...
Vancouver Canucks centre Elias Pettersson has won the Calder Trophy as the NHL's top rookie at the league's award ceremony.
'Wrong side of history': Burnaby Mountain resident pushes...
Lesley Durrant has lived on Burnaby Mountain for almost three decades and Ottawa’s decision Tuesday to approve the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion once aga...
New allegations: Former VPD officer says she was sexually...
A former police officer is coming forward, claiming she was a victim of brutal sexual harassment by senior staff and direct supervisors at the Vancouver Poli...
Vancouver man runs toward gunfire to help victims during ...
When the sound of gunfire rang out through Downtown Toronto, Vancouver man Steve Kern was among those who ran toward the noise, trying to help.
Public’s Assistance wanted to locate Missing Woman
RCMP is requesting the public’s assistance in locating a missing woman, Keely Reeze Loewen, 18, of Hope.
Canada banning import, export of delicacy offered in Vanc...
The federal government is banning a controversial Chinese delicacy offered by some Vancouver restaurants.
Teen dead, another in hospital after tree falls at camp n...
One teenager is dead and another is in hospital in critical but stable condition after a tree toppled on them at Camp Barnard near Sooke.
UBC and CUPE Local 116 ratify agreement under mandate
The University of British Columbia (UBC) and CUPE Local 116 have ratified an agreement under government’s Sustainable Services Negotiating Mandate.
B.C. environmentalists applaud new bill increasing protec...
Environmentalists in British Columbia are applauding changes to the federal Fisheries Act that became law this week.
B.C. woman allegedly posing as a nurse may be working wit...
The B.C. College of Nursing Professionals warns the public that a woman named Madison Zarazun is not a nurse, but may be telling prospective employers that s...
Comments invited on proposed area for protection
Comments are being accepted until Aug. 23, 2019, on proposed resource objectives for Pipi7iyekw, an old-growth forest and sensitive area located in the share...
Andrew Scheer unveils climate plan promising 'green techn...
Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer unveiled a plan for the environment Wednesday that he says will meet Canada's emissions reduction targets while eliminating...
'9 at 9' steps to do on summer nights to combat crime aro...
With just a few days left until the official beginning of summer, Crime Stoppers and Surrey RCMP are urging people not to get sloppy with their home security...
Scorpion gives birth after turning up in Vancouver woman'...
A scorpion that turned up in a Vancouver resident's home last month following a recent trip to Cuba has now given birth.
Premier Horgan to provide caribou update Thursday
B.C. files second legal challenge against Alberta over tu...
B.C. home support program falling short, says seniors adv...
New reports says the public system is too expensive for many seniors and inadvertently pushes some into long-term care prematurely.
Fraudulent internet sites can remain anonymous due to pri...
NXIVM leader Keith Raniere found guilty on all sex-cult c...
The former leader of an upstate New York self-help group has been convicted in a federal case accusing him of turning women into his "sex slaves."
'We need action': Province pushed for more funding for No...
B.C. failing to monitor residential services for vulnerab...
The Office of the Auditor General says the B.C. government is failing to monitor residential services for the province's most vulnerable children and youth i...
B.C. 'struggling' to meet needs of vulnerable youth in co...
British Columbia's auditor general says some of the province's most vulnerable youth in care are not receiving the support they need because of a lack of gov...
RCMP motorcycle training program in Kelowna
Fourteen RCMP officers from detachments in B.C. and Alberta are taking a motorcycle training program in Kelowna.
Tech Talk: Wireless power and audio gadgets
Tech expert Graham Williams shows off some of the latest wireless gadgets.
Trans Mountain CEO says shovels could be in ground on pip...
Health minister urges British Columbians to vaccinate aga...
Health Minister Adrian Dix says British Columbia has seen a "dramatic increase" in the number of children vaccinated against measles since the introduction o...
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