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Exclusive: Lieutenant-governor speaks for first time about minority government (with video)

Judith Guichon could be asked to decide fate of province if Premier can’t win support of Greens.

Missing person located

Laura Ketchum found safe

B.C. political legend Grace McCarthy dies

Remembered for rebuilding Social Credit, launching SkyTrain

Golf carts taking to Chase’s streets

The Village of Chase a guinea pig for a new provincial plan

Langford man pleads guilty in death of West Shore RCMP officer

Kenneth Jacob Fenton pleads guilty to two counts in the death of Const. Sarah Beckett in April 2016.

Top court to hear federal government’s appeal on residential school records

A lower court judge ruled to destroy the stories after 15 years unless consent is given to preserve

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Final votes being counted in B.C.
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Maple Ridge homeless rally gets heated
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Money Monitor: What to be wary of when borrowing in retirement
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Black Press Extreme Career Fair was held May 11th at the Langley Events Centre
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ELECTION 2017: B.C. will have first minority government in 64 years

Negotiations between parties may determine if B.C. Liberals can continue

B.C. hospital system has been operating over capacity for five years

Statistics obtained by The News show system has been operating over 100% capacity since 2012

NDP extends lead as vote tally continues in Courtenay-Comox

Ronna-Rae Leonard builds lead to 148 votes with 500 more to go

VIDEO: Online ‘sextortion’ cases involving teen boys spiking: experts

A new website offers confidential online help and information for boys, educators and parents

Think, Talk, Plan

  • May 23rd, 2017

BCEHS reminds parents of window safety

Emergency officials release these tips to make windows safe through the summer

  • May 23rd, 2017

UPDATE: 22 killed at Ariana Grande concert

Witnesses reported hearing two loud bangs coming from near the arena’s bars at about 10:35 p.m.

Sexual assault policies take effect on B.C. campuses

Universities and colleges were required to implement a stand-alone policy by May 18

Six people in B.C. infected with E. coli linked to flour

BC Centre for Disease Control is warning British Columbians to throw away bad flour

Head of MMIW inquiry says she understands frustrations over hearing delays

The commission is set to hold its first public hearing May 29 in Whitehorse