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A tragic end to a heroic effort as truck driver Pat Gaudet passes away after an extraordinary rescue.
Employment, online dating and online shopping tricks hit Canadians the most.
But the new survey also suggests more than two thirds of them haven’t saved enough money or aren’t saving at all
Watch Pink Shirt Day as seen across British Columbia
The 2017/18 B.C. budget bring cuts to MSP premiums, a proposed PST break for business, and increases in public education funding.
The Canadian Transplant Society said it makes no difference to transplant recipients if an organ comes from someone killed by drug overdose.
An average of seven people died every two days last month, according to the latest numbers.
The B.C. Centre on Substance Use needs 1,000 volunteers who use the drug for its latest project.
Coquitlam RCMP are asking for the public’s help in identifying a man believed to be committing fraud and theft.
Health Minister Terry Lake said ‘suitable patients’ will be identified as part of a pilot project.
The utility says its staff do not solicit door-to-door.
Environment Canada's storm and snowfall warnings stretch from parts of Vancouver Island to the Interior.
The B.C. Centre on Substance Use receives $7 million from B.C. government, $1 million from Vancouver’s St. Paul's Hospital Foundation.
Alex Gervais, 18, jumped to his death from a fourth-floor window of an Abbotsford hotel last September while in provincial care.
A former couple from Bountiful, B.C. have been convicted of taking a 13-year-old girl out of the country to be married.
House sales in January also dropped in Vancouver by nearly 40 per cent, and 27 per cent in the Fraser Valley compared to January 2016.
A special weather alert has been issued for Metro Vancouver and Fraser Valley including snow, and freezing rain
Wait times and ride availability a problem for one-third of B.C. riders, according to the Office of the Seniors Advocate.
Research suggests one in 12 older adults in Canada stopped filling prescriptions because of high prices.
Early reports indicate six people killed and five in critical condition after an attack in Quebec City.