- Landslide halts Amtrak train service between Seattle and Vancouver
A landslide near the Canada-U.S. border has shut down Amtrak train service between Vancouver and Seattle.
- Snowboarder Mark McMorris making 'major progress' recovering from crash
The brother of injured Canadian snowboarding star Mark McMorris says the Olympic medallist is steadily improving in hospital following an accident in B.C.'s backcountry over the weekend.
- Stress felt by refugee clients also affects the advocates helping them
A lawyer says the stakes refugees face are tremendous and the responsibility felt by their advocates can also be overwhelming.
- RCMP searches of 2 Surrey properties yield 'truckloads' of allegedly stolen goods
Police say the March searches of two addresses also resulted in arrests of six people.
- Case of two B.C. men tests limits of workplace discrimination legislation
A landmark case involving two men from B.C. that is being heard at the Supreme Court of Canada will test the limits of who can claim discrimination in the workplace.
- Emotions run high for 4 Canadians ahead of women's hockey worlds
Canadians Sarah Potomak, Laura Stacey, Erin Ambrose and Renata Fast will make their world hockey championship debut Friday when they play the defending champion United States in Plymouth, Mich.
- B.C. charities turn to online fundraising to keep up with demand from asylum seekers
Some Vancouver charities are banding together and turning to crowdfunding to cover the costs of assisting the rising number of asylum seekers arriving in B.C.
- 25 illnesses in 4 provinces linked to E. coli-tainted Robin Hood flour
There have been 25 cases of E. coli infections linked to a recalled batch of Robin Hood brand all-purpose flour, the Public Health Agency of Canada says.
- UBC grad students developing wearable overdose detection device
A team of UBC medical and engineering graduate students is developing a wearable device they hope can be used to save lives by detecting an impending drug overdose.
- Apathy is not the reason young people don't vote, says student group
In the last B.C. provincial election, young British Columbians were outvoted by those aged 75 and older and a student group is organizing to help increase young voter turnout.
- Community says goodbye to hockey rink with poetry, 360-degree rap video
Residents of Quesnel are saying goodbye to the Twin Arenas ice rink that has served their community for over sixty years as crews prepare to demolish it to make way for a new, updated facility.
- Changing jet stream, extreme weather linked to humans: study
A new study strongly suggests that human impact may be to blame for stalling weather patterns that contribute to extreme weather events.
- Why no news may not be good news when it comes to medical followups
Doctors and their regulatory organization are asking patients to be proactive with results.
- How will Canada's schools handle pot legalization?
Instead of fearing classrooms full of students in a pot-induced haze, experts are hopeful that making marijuana legal will open up opportunities to better educate young people about the risks of using the drug.
- 'I feel duped': Why bank employees with impressive but misleading titles could cost you big time
Mike Black says he feels "completely betrayed" after investing almost $1 million with the help of an RBC Dominion Securities “vice-president” who he later learned is only licensed as a salesperson.
- Ferry delays expected between Tsawwassen and Swartz Bay
BC Ferries has cancelled 11 trips between Tsawwassen and Swartz Bay over the next several days as a ship that travels the route undergoes repairs.
- Parks Canada wants Prince Rupert residents to bring it rat ears and tails
Researchers are asking people in Prince Rupert to donate parts of dead rats in an effort to find out, through genetic testing, how the rats made it to northwest B.C.
- Surrey man killed in overnight head-on collision in Delta
First responders attended the crash near Deltaport Way and Arthur Drive around 2:30 a.m. Wednesday. Police say the driver of a sedan swerved into the path of a semi-truck on Deltaport Way.
- U.K. files for EU divorce, triggering 2 years to Brexit
Britain has formally triggered the process of leaving the European Union, Prime Minister Theresa May says, ending the country's 44-year relationship with the bloc.
- Kelowna RCMP searching for 2 men with stolen firearms
Police in Kelowna are searching for two men believed to be armed with guns, after a robbery at a West Kelowna sporting goods store Wednesday.