Northern B.C. First Nations artist Henry Roy Vickers headed to Grammys

Henry Roy Vickers, a First Nations artist from Hazelton, B.C. is off to the Grammys this weekend, where he has been nominated for his design

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B.C. garden keeper waited 4 years to film this tarantula shedding its exoskeleton

A 20-centimetre tarantula capable of killing a bird has been filmed at its most vulnerable state shedding its armour-like exoskelton at a Victoria, B.C.-area

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Whistler, B.C. to host 2021 luge worlds after Calgary track closure

The International Luge Federation has officially awarded the 2021 world championships to Whistler, B.C., following a decision earlier this spring to close Calgary’s track

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Vancouver Police search for missing senior with dementia – BC

Vancouver Police are asking the public for help to locate a vulnerable man who disappeared Thursday from his East Vancouver neighbourhood. 79-year-old King Cheung

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Northwest B.C. small businesses hurt by 2018 wildfires eligible for extra funding

Small business owners in northwest B.C. who suffered financial losses in the wake of British Columbia’s 2018 wildfires can now apply for additional assistance of

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Surrey council to consider creating ethics commissioner role for the city – BC

Surrey council will consider on Monday creating an ethics commissioner. Councillor Jack Hundial first brought the idea to council in February. READ MORE: Surrey

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B.C. Greens raised record-breaking donations in 2018

The B.C. Greens have seen their fiscal fortunes turn with a record year for individual donations, the party’s treasurer said Sunday at the annual

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Backpack search not sexual discrimination: B.C. Human Rights Tribunal

The B.C. Human Rights Tribunal has told a man he wasn’t the victim of sexual discrimination at the hands of Costco. Ryan Morris filed

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B.C. police have become de facto mental health workers, expert panel says

An expert panel that looked at 127 people who died within 24 hours of police contact says police in B.C. are a de factor part

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B.C. Court of Appeal overturns acquittal in crash that killed Vancouver doctor

The B.C. Court of Appeal has overturned an acquittal of the speeding driver who was involved in a car crash which left a beloved

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