Speed likely not a factor, say RCMP
It was seven days before neighbours heard Steve Adsley, 62, calling for help
West Kelowna evacuation order continues
B.C. is going to let drivers go 120 km/h on some highways. The rest of Canada needs to get up to speed.
All parties displeased by changes to temporary foreign worker program in the province where it’s most controversial
Scientists are baffled: “We have no clue what’s causing this,” says one marine biologist
Rotating strike action begins Monday
VICTORIA – A grassroots movement from within British Columbia’s dejected New Democratic Party launched an effort Monday to rebuild the political party and place modern-thinking people in positions of power
VANCOUVER – A British Columbia conservation officer is marvelling at a man’s bravery for attacking a cougar with nothing but a spear as the cat was mauling his partner.
Whatever happens next, they’re starting out from a good place, writes Kevin Milligan
VANCOUVER – British Columbia’s election campaign is at the midway mark and it’s turning into a fact-checking exercise between Premier Christy Clark’s Liberals and Adrian Dix’s New Democrats.
SURREY, B.C. – Five people are dead after a crash not far from the U.S. border Sunday morning.
Sergeant Dale Carr said it appears that a Dodge Caravan sped through
VANCOUVER – Karl Lilgert was either having sex or a heated argument with his former lover on the bridge of a B.C. ferry the night it hit an island and
SURREY, B.C. – Some members of B.C.’s governing Liberal party are publicly calling for Premier Christy Clark to resign over a scandal involving the wooing of ethnic voters.
VANCOUVER – A former world-class figure skater, model and wealthy widow has been ordered by a British Columbia court to pay her “trophy husband” more than $157,000 in support after
VICTORIA – Premier Christy Clark’s Liberal government says the development of liquefied natural gas in northern British Columbia represents a generational opportunity that has the potential to wipe out the
COURTENAY, B.C. – A search and rescue team has reached four skiers who were stranded by a small avalanche Tuesday on Vancouver Island’s Mount Washington.
RCMP spokesman Cpl. Darren Lagan