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Road rage incident caught on camera in North Vancouver

A 40-year-old man is facing charges after someone broke the windshield of another driver’s car

Finance minister expects tax reform changes from feds

Carole James says rumours suggest the federal government could hold back on parts of its tax reform

B.C. business owner vies for Liberal leadership

Lucy Sager is a business development expert out of Terrace

B.C. to look into possible money laundering at casinos

Province will introduce an independent expert to review the issues.

Fire bans rescinded in southeastern, Cariboo regions

Recent wet weather has reduced the wildfire risk across B.C.

Odds of an earthquake in B.C., one in three

PreparedBC has an easy-to-follow plan if your city is rocked

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Trudeau on UN speech: Canada must 'walk the talk' on human rights
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Liberal MP heads to L.A. to ward off misinformed asylum seekers

     

    Slush storm reaches Kootenay Pass

       

      Vancouver urban farm combines agriculture with social goals

         

        UPDATE: Red Scorpions co-founder killed in Kamloops shooting

        The co-founder of the Red Scorpions gang was shot dead in a Kamloops neighbourhood Thursday night

        • Sep 22nd, 2017

        Kim Jong Un: ‘Deranged’ Trump will ‘pay dearly’

        North Korea’s leader characterized Trump’s speech as “unprecedented rude nonsense.”

        Sam Sullivan first to announce bid to become BC Liberal leader

        Former Vancouver mayor promises to bring more urban and youth support to the party

        Alcohol ban lifted for B.C. man who killed at age 14

        Chad Bucknell took part in the 1996 murders of four people near 100 Mile House

        UPDATE: Extradition stayed for Maple Ridge pair accused of ‘honour killing’

        Source tells Black Press a lawyer filed a last-minute appeal in court

        B.C. man dead after shooting near Alaska Highway

        Police still routing traffic around scene in Porter Creek

        B.C. Legislature shines spotlight on Orange Shirt Day

        Government members are joining Phyllis Webstad at the B.C. Legislature Thursday to raise awareness about the residential school legacy and her Orange Shirt Day message that “every child matters.”

        Famous elk back with new headgear on Vancouver Island

        He’s sporting a tarp, an innertube, and windchimes now but he’s the same frisky fellow from last year.

        School provincial tests now explained with broad new descriptions

        Students are no longer measured by whether or not they meet expectations for their grade level

        University of Victoria rocked by racist social media post

        School president issues statement condemning the behaviour and says the matter is under investigation.

        Canada, U.K. using CETA as new trade model

        Long-heralded Comprehensive Economic Trade Agreement, or CETA, comes into effect Thursday

        B.C. driver nabbed twice in 10 minutes for distracted driving

        September is distracted driving awareness month across B.C.

        Girl still trapped in collapsed Mexico school

        Her wiggling fingers became a symbol of hope after the devastating earthquake struck Mexico City