A violent storm ripped through Cache Creek in British Columbia’s Interior, bringing with it heavy rainfall, gusting winds, and hail.
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A rock fall closed Highway 1, just 250 metres north of the Hell’s Gate Air Tram for several hours on Sunday morning.
Vancouver Mayor Gregor Robertson is calling for a new tax on real estate speculators to cool the city’s white-hot real estate market.
Three climbers are safe and back in their homes Sunday after an unexpected night near Crown Mountain.
Residents of Palisades mobile park home in Spallumcheen are speaking out against their neighbouring sawmill tonight.
A 48-year old Chilliwack man is dead after an “ATV-related” accident today.
It was quite the reunion at the Victoria International Airport today.
Gordon Alex David was arrested on Tuesday while walking along Granville Street in Vancouver.
It was a solemn Sunday service at a church in Langley. Over a 100 congregants were remembering Shelly Janzen, one of four people to die in an apparent murder-suicide.
The B.C. Ministry of Forests began its final round of spraying to eradicate gypsy moths. The unwelcome wake-up calls began between 5:00 a.m. and 7:30 a.m.
If a baby bird is uninjured, has feathers, can hop and there are no flies swarming around it, then just leave it where it is.
Police in Victoria have seized a 2005 Lamborghini after reports it was speeding throughout greater Victoria Friday afternoon.
Two lifelong friends of Randy Janzen are speaking out tonight, defending the man who is suspected of murdering his daughter, wife and sister and then committing suicide.
North Shore Rescue is asking for the public’s help searching for an elderly woman with dementia.
Killarney Market, on 2611 East 49th Street in Vancouver is voluntarily recalling the “Killarney Market brand” ground beef, according to Health Canada.