On Monday, in screaming winds and high seas, a military rescue squadron out of Comox boarded a helicopter to save an ailing sailor north of Vancouver Island — and once their mission was complete, the call of duty came again.
The hereditary chiefs of the Wet'suwet'en First Nation prepared to sit down with senior government ministers on Thursday after two of its longstanding conditions were met for the duration of the scheduled talks.
A lawyer for patients and doctors fighting to maintain public health care in British Columbia says a proponent for private care wants to benefit from provincial regulation of private insurance while ignoring aspects of a law aimed at discouraging a parallel system.
Canada's old-fashioned city sewer systems dumped nearly 900 billion litres of raw sewage into this country's waterways over five years, enough to fill up an Olympic-sized swimming pool more than 355,000 times.
As the anti-bullying initiative Pink Shirt Day sweeps across Canada Wednesday, the mother of Amanda Todd, a B.C. teen who took her own life after being bullied online, is speaking about why it is important for everyone to support one another.
Public Safety Minister Bill Blair says the Mounties have left the site of a disputed natural gas pipeline project in British Columbia, but he appeared to dismiss the notion that police will move completely out of the vast Wet'suwet'en territory.
Members of the Victoria Fire Department are riding their bicycles from their downtown fire station to the B.C. Children's Hospital in Vancouver to support a fellow firefighter's daughter who is undergoing treatment for an advanced stage of cancer.