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Richmond's main theatre announces an exciting 2019/20 season.
Tighter fishery restrictions are intended to reduce chinook mortality to between five and seven per cent this season.
James Oler is charged with removing a girl from Canada to marry a member of FLDS, which practises polygamy in B.C. and the U.S.
There's been a 326 per cent increase in the number of youth formerly in care getting tuition fee waivers
Desensitizing children who are allergic to peanuts will "help improve children’s quality of life." But experts say medical supervision is imperative.
A boy died by suicide while in care at the emergency department in Lion's Gate Hospital
Here's what we know so far about the shooting in Penticton that left four dead on Monday.
The federal government has given approval for the $1.8-billion Blackwater Gold open pit gold and silver mine in central British Columbia.
The Research Co. poll also found that six per cent of B.C. adults tried pot for first time after legalization.
Clutter, poor quality photos and an unnecessary video are just some of the things that can hinder the sale of your home.
Apparently, it wasn't as simple as Claude Raines snapping, “Round up the usual suspects!”
After the meeting, 4/20 organizer Dana Larsen told Postmedia News that the performance would not be cancelled.
Douglas Day Stewart, an Oscar-nominated screenwriter, denies that he sexually assaulted a teen extra on a film being shot in Campbell River in 1994
“It has now been almost a decade since I wrote that article, and I wish I could say everything has turned out well,” Jim Sutherland says.
Prosecutor Peter Wilson told court on Monday the Crown doesn’t have to prove that sexual activity took place between Oler’s daughter, then 15, and her husband.
South Fraser Community Rail would like to see hydrogen-powered passenger rail cars running from Chilliwack to Surrey.
We need institutions to establish a neutral ground for honest discussion and the cross-pollination of ideas.
The estate of Charles Hyland, who owned a home on East 48th Avenue, has been waiting for nearly a year for the City of Vancouver to process an application for an exemption to the empty home tax.