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Credit union has ruled out hacking and data breaches as reasons for outage but cause still unknown
Trudeau said while he understands the industry’s concerns ‘there’s not question this is a good deal.’
Despite some of Alberta and B.C. being hit with snow this week, it was no match for one water-sport enthusiast
Mohammed Begg, 35, is facing six counts related to prostitution and human trafficking and one count of assault
Jens Lindemann was en route to B.C. for a concert, but was one of thousands who got stuck in Alberta
The $40-billion project, announced Tuesday in a joint news conference with Premier John Horgan and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, will carry natural gas through a pipeline from Dawson Creek to Kitimat before being shipped overseas
Each roll of 25 coins was worth $50 and the Mounties say they were exchanged between March and May
Digital policy expert Michael Geist said such safe harbour rules haven’t been part of the Canadian landscape
Earl Pfeifer, who lives in Crawford Bay, set to appear before appeal board for five-day hearing
British Columbians will be asked to keep First Past the Post or move to proportional representation
Here’s a look at replay-worthy highlights from stories across the province this week
Standing side-by-side, protesters and counter protesters voiced their thoughts on inclusive initiative
How much caffeine keeps your health in check? Officials recommend 3 cups a day.
Two tickets in B.C. won about $196,000 in prize money in Friday’s Lotto Max draw
Unlisted driver protection one way the B.C. NDP and ICBC is planning to overhaul the Crown corporation
Finance experts offer tips on how to hit budget goals when it comes to buying groceries
NDP’s model aims to shift costs to those most at risk of crashes
They call themselves the West Coast Christian Accord and are asking the province to pull the course.
With less than a month before ballots are mailed to voters, B.C. appears to be headed for a tight race
Students were running along the edge of the Kamloops elementary school’s yard when the nest was disrupted.