VIDEO: B.C. to create 3,800 childcare spaces within two years

Province will spend $33 million on 103 projects in 52 communities

Warnings intensify as Trump readies Jerusalem declaration

U.S. officials said late Tuesday that Trump will recognize Jerusalem as Israel’s capital, despite intense opposition

Kodiaks score on Panthers
    B.C. to end geographic area rent increases, close fixed-term lease loopholes
      Bettman says NHL open to Seattle expansion application
        Fog impacts ferry servies

          Hundreds of syringes removed at notorious Chilliwack River homeless camp

          Clean-up of site on the river bed began Tuesday with helicopter to finish the job Wednesday

          Bank of Canada holds interest rate at 1%

          Bank of Canada holds rate but sends fresh signals that hikes are on the horizon

          Beyonce presents Kaepernick with award

          Beyonce presented Colin Kaepernick with the Muhammad Ali Legacy Award Tuesday night

          Silence Breakers named Time magazine’s Person of the Year

          The two runners-up were Chinese President Xi Jinping and President Donald Trump

          Catastrophic Halifax Explosion, 100 years later

          Nova Scotia capital commemorates catastrophic Halifax Explosion 100 years ago

          BC MLA wants to abolish Daylight Saving Time

          Okanagan-Boundary MLA Linda Larson put forward a private member bill

          Good Samaritan finds lost $1,500 meant for charity

          New Westminster pizza shop owner was on way to donate money but forgot it on car roof

          TransLink scales back routes for the holidays

          Changes effective from Dec. 18-31

          • Dec 5th, 2017

          RCMP shut down second ‘illegal booze can’ within a month

          An illegal karaoke lounge was closed in Richmond last weekend

          UPDATE: Pot shops speak out on B.C.’s proposed rules on age, retail plan

          Minimum age set at 19, and public and private retailers will sell it in stores.

          Health and safety are issues for trans youth: University of B.C. survey

          Almost half of young adult transgender people said they did not seek health care when they needed it

          B.C. casinos must declare cash deposits in new rules over money laundering

          David Eby said the policy changes are the first interim recommendations from an upcoming independent review

          B.C. Ferries making changes to sailing schedule in the new year

          Ferry corporation spacing out sailings out of Horseshoe Bay due to increased traffic volume

          Lower Mainland man pleads guilty over 2012 death of Island man

          Channon Paul Coulter has pleaded guilty to manslaughter in the death of Port Alberni man

          Cascades Casino expansion now set for next year

          Langley City Council gives final approval to project