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A Tŝilhqot’in family is building a traditional pit house in B.C.’s Cariboo region as a way of living in closer connection with their ancestors.
B.C.’s Lower Mainland has seen a rash of shootings throughout the region since Monday. Over a five-day period, there were seven shooting incidents, resulting in four deaths, multiple injuries and a burning vehicle.
Harman Singh Pandher says his debut book, Gurpreet Goes to Gurdwara: Understanding the Sikh Place of Worship, is his small contribution to the anti-racism work needed to make a difference in the world.
Entomologist says the central Interior of B.C. has been neglected when it comes to biodiversity surveys. Knowing what bugs exist helps scientists better understand the impacts of climate change on an ecosystem.
Kwantlen First Nation members have been fighting for their charter right to free speech, specifically to speak critically of the band’s unelected chief and councillors.
An ambitious plan put in place 10 years ago to address the loss of trees in the City of Vancouver will be met by the end of the year, officials say.
The Breakfast Club of Canada says one in three children will go to school on an empty stomach if the crisis continues.
British Columbians have got used to smoky skies in recent years, with wildfires and the resulting haze becoming part of a normal summer in a province where the warming climate is marked by longer, more intense fire seasons. These photos are a look back at some of the lengthiest, most memorable wildfire smoke events B.C. has seen since the turn of the century.
A B.C. man convicted of running a revenge website targeting his ex-wife has been arrested again — charged with continuing to defy court demands that he pull down the offensive site. Patrick Henry Fox, 46, faces two new counts of breach of probation for operating the website.
The victims were rushed to hospital Friday shortly after 7:30 p.m., following the shooting in the 9000 block of Capstan Way, according to a police news release.
Jeff Pensiero, owner of backcountry resort Baldface Lodge on Kootenays’ Selkirk Mountains, says the provincial aid is just a Band-Aid, not significant enough for him to put his business back into operation.
The Crown is seeking a three-year prison sentence for a young Penticton woman who injected her 17-year-old boyfriend with morphine to ease his pain, killing him.
Fraser Health has opened a new COVID-19 testing centre in Surrey that is expected to triple the testing capacity of the previous primary facility, and relocate the majority of testing from the Surrey-Whalley Urgent and Primary Care Centre.
COVID-19 has claimed three more lives, as health officials confirmed another 139 cases of the disease on Friday.
The British Columbia and federal governments have signed an agreement with the Lake Babine Nation that Chief Gordon Alec says will help lead to its prosperity.
Vancouver Coastal Health is warning of a new COVID-19 exposure at a pub in the Kitsilano neighbourhood.
Civil jury trials in British Columbia are being suspended for a year in an effort to help courts remain safe during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Canada Border Services Agency said Friday that a 33-year-old man was arrested at the Abbotsford-Huntingdon crossing on July 27 when officers seized 14 firearms.
Environment Canada meteorologist Armel Castellan and CBC meteorologist Johanna Wagstaffe answer your questions about smoke flowing into B.C. from the catastrophic wildfires in the U.S.
The drying power of hotter summers means replanted seedlings need extra shade, which is in short supply in clear-cut areas, says Kevin Kriese, chair of the Forest Practices Board.
Anna Winter was told it would take 48 hours to find out if her four-year-old was sick. It took four days.
White Rock’s Jun Hua “Davy” Zhu also told the same woman she’d have to take “special” herbs for the rest of her life, overcharged her and encouraged her to take on debt so she could continue paying for his treatment, and performed acupuncture on her dog.
Cases of virus transmission after 10 p.m. forced the province to take action, health official says.
The union representing B.C. teachers is asking the Labour Relations Board to step in and force the province to address teachers’ concerns about working conditions during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Massive fire engulfed historic park on Sept. 13; fire still smouldering beneath the deck surface
A lawyer for a man who fatally stabbed a high school student four years ago in Abbotsford, B.C., says he will argue in court that the man is not criminally responsible because of a mental disorder.
Provincial Health Officer Dr. Bonnie Henry and Health Minister Adrian Dix provide an update on the coronavirus pandemic in B.C. at 3 p.m.
A record number of new cases of COVID-19 were confirmed in B.C. on Thursday, and two new outbreaks have been declared in hospitals in the Lower Mainland.
TransLink has announced the names of the six new stations joining the SkyTrain Millennium Line as part of the Broadway subway project in Vancouver.
A B.C. couple left homeless by a catastrophic mudslide won’t get any help from their insurance company replacing their home of 37 years and all of their belongings.
Wildfire smoke from the U.S. will continue to significantly degrade air quality in the province with health risks registering in the moderately high to high range.
David Brian Tull, 37, was originally charged with first-degree murder in relation to the shooting death of Tyler Pastuck, 31.
One the city’s best known tourist attractions says it is fighting bankruptcy due to the financial fallout from COVID-19. The aquarium’s board of directors is now trying to find a way of remaining financially viable and accelerating its conservation mission.