State-of-the-art new Surrey hospital will be built in Cloverdale A
much anticipated hospital will be built in Surrey's Cloverdale neighbourhood, the province announced Monday.
were not negligent in Carson Crimeni's death: IIO B.C.'s police watchdog has found officers were not negligent in their response to a teenager's suspected overdose and subsequent death at a Langley skate park in August.
Coroner asks for help identifying body found in B.C. field Officials
are asking for the public's help to identify a body found in a field in northeastern B.C. based on the dead man's footwear.
Rock honours donors who funded iconic pier's repairs Nearly a year after a windstorm ripped its iconic boardwalk apart, the City of White Rock is honouring those that helped pay for its repairs.
Are these Metro Vancouver's best restaurants? 8 eateries make top 100 list From
Italian food to Japanese cuisine, eight Metro Vancouver restaurants made a list of Canada's top 100 this year.
bus company fined $27K for transporting minors with alcohol Days after the B.C. government reminded party bus operators of strict new fines for the holidays, Vancouver police have handed a company $27,000 in fines for transporting minors
Vancouver lacrosse legend and BC
Sports Hall of Famer Sohen Gill dies A local lacrosse legend died last week surrounded by friends and family.
cultural competency training now required by B.C. law society The Law Society of British Columbia has moved to require Indigenous cultural competency training for all practising lawyers in the province, in response to gaps in legal education
that the Truth and Reconciliation Commission identified.
Surrey father returns home after full-body paralysis Matt Reisig is back at home playing with his daughter, just in time for Christmas. But just months ago, he thought she might grow up without her dad. 1
After abandoning the penny, are Canadians ready to scrap the nickel too? Seven
years after ditching the penny, it appears most Canadians are on board with that decision, but are hesitant when it comes to getting rid of other coins.
men are in hospital after Yaletown stabbing Several blocks in Vancouver's Yaletown neighbourhood were closed off after an early morning stabbing that sent four men to hospital.
Norovirus-like outbreak benches teams at Victoria hockey tournament Several
children taking part in a Victoria hockey tournament this weekend were not allowed to play in the games after a norovirus-like outbreak.
is not Canada's best city for biking - or even the best in B.C. Residents of a city that praises its bike-ability may be surprised to find a recent ranking does not put Vancouver in the top spot.
Union says TransLink's comments have slowed negotiations ahead of SkyTrain strike Workers
are set to walk off the job for three days starting Tuesday if their union and employer can’t make a deal.
strike: What you need to know, and how to get around Ahead of the incoming job action, here's a quick look at what Metro Vancouver transit users need to know about the SkyTrain strike.
Christmas tree shortage sweeps across North America Purchasing a Christmas tree may be a little more
challenging this year
Brain injury from domestic abuse
a 'public health crisis,' says B.C. researcher A British Columbia mother in her late 30s says there was "no support in sight" after she suffered two serious blows to the head at the hands of different partners more than a decade ago.
University of Victoria chemist develops 'super glue on steroids' The
high-tech material could be used to make paint that never peels and jeans that never fade.
company on probation for exporting bad fish to U.S. The Seven Seas Fish Company Ltd. of Richmond, B.C., and its owner have been fined and placed on probation with increased scrutiny for fish imports to the United States.
Rescue dogs come to Canada in search of forever families There
were dozens of dogs in the back of the van travelling the 1,400 kilometres from Tennessee to the Greater Toronto Area - and one of them was a barker.