- Surrey RCMP warning the public after serious incident on 72 Avenue
A serious incident involving several vehicles has resulted in a stretch of 72 Avenue being closed by police in Surrey, B.C.
- Coroner's jury wants better mental health support for Vancouver transit police
A coroner's jury is recommending that transit police in the Vancouver area work more closely with mental health providers following the death of a man who repeatedly stabbed himself and was shot by an officer at a grocery store more than two years ago.
- Hope of B.C. coverage for life-saving cystic fibrosis drug dashed
Liam Simpson, 16, is fighting for a drug he says helps him live a normal life with cystic fibrosis, but which the B.C government won't cover through PharmaCare.
- Haida Gwaii refugee in mourning after brother is killed in targeted attack
Hassan Sirhan says his brother, Abdullah, died after a vehicle he was in was hit with a missile. He was in Syria to volunteer with the White Helmets, part of the Syrian Civil Defence.
- Federal budget allocates billions for transit and housing in B.C.
The federal government has reconfirmed a commitment to fund new housing and transit projects in British Columbia. The TransLink Mayor's Council is applauding the federal investment of $2.2 billion in transportation in Metro Vancouver.
- 2017 British Columbia election: New Westminster riding profile
A look at New Westminster, one of the 87 electoral districts in British Columbia.
- Softwood and software: Prince George tech sector relies on forestry for growth
When you think about the high tech sector economy, you might think of things like social media or video games. You probably don’t think of wood.
- Calvillo, Simon headline CFL Hall of Fame's class of 2017
They spent their CFL careers on different squads but quarterback Anthony Calvillo and receiver Geroy Simon will now forever be teammates.
- 2017 British Columbia election: Abbotsford South riding profile
A look at Abbotsford South, one of the 87 electoral districts in British Columbia.
- Still no answers as B.C. oyster norovirus outbreak continues
B.C. oyster farms have had to lay off staff as sales have all but stopped.
- British PM condemns 'sick and depraved terrorist attack' that left 5 dead in London
British Prime Minister Theresa May is condemning the "sick and depraved terrorist attack" in London that left at least five people dead and 40 injured.
- Latest grocery trend blends the global with local
"The future of grocery is all about global flavours," says Nancy Kwon, who represents the Canadian Federation of Independent Grocers.
- 650+ First Nations basketball players compete in Kelowna
Hundreds of young First Nations basketball players from around the province are competing in Kelowna as part of the Junior All Native Basketball Tournament.
- Hankering for an anchoring: Victoria seeks home port status for cruise ships
“It’s a great opportunity not only from the room nights from a tourism perspective but also for the spinoffs it would generate for the local economy," mayor says.
- B.C. Greens 'running to govern,' release economic platform
The B.C. Green Party is beginning to roll out its election campaign platform. The first major component — the economic strategy — was unveiled on Wednesday in Vancouver.
- Bell and Rogers to ask bars to pay more for sports packages
Bell and Rogers will soon ask sports bars to pay more for the right to broadcast the big game, on top of what they pay for their existing television service.
- Liberals continue deficits to invest in training, innovation — with an eye on Trump
The Liberal government has delivered a budget designed to brace Canadians for a fast-changing global economy and empower women in the workforce, while taking a wait-and-see approach to sweeping changes south of the border.
- Do you want to buy an airplane built by Vancouver Island teens?
Kids aged 13 to 17 years old built a two-seater plane as part of the Campbell River Teenflight aviation program. The plane goes up for auction at the start of April.
- Attack ads get the job done — but at what price?
UBC expert says attack ads are effective but care must be taken not to undermine the democratic process
- Province announces new wildlife management agency
The B.C. government announced Wednesday all hunting licence revenues will soon be reinvested in wildlife management and conservation.