Nearly two hundred people gathered at Surrey's Holland Park Friday evening to remember shooting victim Maple Batalia.
Police in Surrey, B.C., are investigating after a mini-van crashed into a basement suite early Saturday morning, seriously injuring one person and sparking a small fire in the home.
B.C. Premier Christy Clark says she's off to Alberta this weekend to meet with Premier Alison Redford about concerns related to the Northwern Gateway oil pipeline project.
The Musqueam Indian Band has won its fight to curtail development of a Vancouver real estate project on the site known as the Marpole Midden.
Omar Khadr has been returned to Canada and is being held at a maximum-security prison in eastern Ontario, after spending a decade at a U.S.-run detention camp in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.
B.C. Premier Christy Clark surprised delegates at the UBCM convention Friday morning with several major election-style announcements, including a deal with the BCGEU.
Tickets for Vancouver concerts by Madonn a this weekend are now going for considerably less than face value, and one major ticket seller says that shows there's a lesson to be learned by even the biggest acts in the music business.
The B.C. First Nation at the centre of allegations that Vancouver 2010 CEO John Furlong abused students in the community more than 40 years ago is calling for a thorough RCMP investigation.
An anti-salmon-farming activist has won another victory against the global aquaculture industry, but also has been harshly criticized by a B.C. Supreme Court justice.
Opposition to the proposed Northern Gateway pipeline is too great to let the project go forward, a former B.C. politician told a review panel Friday as the hearing wrapped up in Edmonton.
Greg Hill, the B.C. mountaineer who helped in the rescue effort at the deadly Nepali mountain avalanche, reflects on the events of that day in his first interview since arriving back in Canada.
The Vancouver Whitecaps will try and retain its precarious hold on an MLS playoff spot as they host the Seattle Sounders on Saturday.
The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife says it believes it has killed off the notorious Wedge wolf pack that has been devouring calves near the B.C.-Washington border.
Single-officer detachments in small, rural communities will close, confirms RCMP Deputy Commissioner Craig Callens, despite pleas by municipal leaders.
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency is defending its decision not to issue an immediate recall on beef products coming out of the XL Foods plant in Brooks, Alta., after being alerted to a positive E. coli test.