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Ministry of Children and Family Development employees rally for higher wages and proper training for social workers in Vancouver.
Officials with the BC Non-Profit Housing Association say it will provide each candidate with a comprehensive report.
Since 2010, 45 clinics have closed in B.C., and 290 vacancies remain unfilled in the province, Walk-in Clinics Association of BC says.
The pole was carved from a 800-year-old red cedar tree on B.C.'s north coast.
Terry Fox exhibit runs from April 12 to Oct. 1 at the Royal BC Museum
Jazz on View Society looking to fundraise $3 million to purchase the iconic Hermann's Jazz Club
McDonald's Canada jobs website hacked
Measles is a highly contagious disease that spreads easily to those who are not immune or are vulnerable, health officials warn
A Queer Trial - written by UVic professor Dr. Jennifer Wise - tells the story of an openly gay man acquitted of sodomy charges.
The March for Science, taking place in Centennial Square on Apr. 22 celebrates the role of scientific research and evidence-based policies.
The National Canadian Film Day 150 set to celebrate the 150th anniversary of Canada’s confederation.
Information Sessions on Sunday for A CHoRd - a Site Performance Art Opportunity
West Shore Parks and Recreation says they'll welcome festival back in 2018 if that is the case.
Public Safety Minister Mike Morris weighs in on the news that Ottawa is set to consider a bill on marijuana legalization next month.
British Columbians can join the global movement 8:30 to 9:30 p.m. March 25.
New information comes as RCMP are reviewing possible violations of the B.C. Elections Act.
Budget 2017: get ready for a changing world
March 21 is World Down Syndrome Day recognized by the United Nations.
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Vancouver, Surrey, Kelowna saw the highest number of deaths.