Lights out, flights grounded as storm lashes Atlantic region

Electricity was out for 51,000 homes and businesses early Wednesday in Nova Scotia

Trump inspects border wall prototypes, denounces California

Trump, making his first trip to California as president, said he preferred a fully concrete wall because it was the hardest to climb

Crown won’t appeal acquittal of accused in Tina Fontaine case

Prosecutors say only errors in law can be appealed when someone is found not guilty

Orphaned cougar cub under care at Aldergrove zoo
No leads on Montreal boy missing since Monday: Police
'New wave' of anti-pipeline protests return to Trans Mountain site
Survivors tell stories at rally against '60s Scoop settlement

7,000 pairs of shoes laid out in Washington, D.C., to honour kids killed by gun violence

Students across the United States are set to stage a walkout on Wednesday

Trudeau: Canada won’t be a back door for cheap steel

Trudeau says measures available to prevent Canada being used as back door for steel

B.C. man pleads guilty to 2011 murder of teen

Matthew Foerster will be back in court in April to be sentenced for his crime

B.C. man accused of misusing $450,000 of investors’ money

The B.C. Securities Commission alleges William Wade Furman got eight investors to contribute money

Lindsey’s Law: New national DNA data bank honours missing B.C. woman

Vancouver Island mom Judy Peterson’s efforts result in missing persons’ DNA data bank

Feds promise more service dogs for vets with PTSD

Questions ahead as federal budget paves the way for more on service dogs for vets with PTSD

UPDATED: ‘Everybody out here has some form of mental illness’

Homeless in Langley City discuess link between mental health and lack of shelter

Tent city takes over front lawn of B.C. city hall

Homeless people and advocates protesting after Nanaimo loses funding for supportive housing

  • Mar 13th, 2018

Kent Institution prison guard assaulted by inmate

Union says revised segregation policies put COs in dangerous situations

Lower Mainland man gets 18 years for burning wife in house fire

Judge noted wife died ‘agonizing, gruesome death’

B.C. couple honoured with Meritorious Service Medals

Paul and Terry Nichols were recognized by Governor General Julie Payette Feb. 28 in Ottawa

  • Mar 13th, 2018

B.C. expands coverage for chronic hepatitis C

People can now get treatment and a new drug under PharmaCare

UPDATE: Break in weather allows rescuers to resume Alaska search for B.C. climber

A GoFundMe campaign was set up to help with search efforts in Juneau

Modular homes won’t help homeless, says former Maple Ridge councillor

People need long-term, second-stage support to progress

Andrew Weaver re-introduces bill to lower B.C. voting age to 16

Leader of Green Party says research shows by 16, teens have cognitive skills to make decisions

B.C. Ferries corporation status isn’t changing

Ferry users want affordable service, not governance change, Claire Trevena says