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Discovery Community College has had its knuckles rapped by the province for “false or misleading” advertising of its police foundations program— a $20,000 course the college says gives students “the skills to pursue a career as a law enforcement professional.”
Langley RCMP say 18 people suffered injuries after a deck collapsed at a Langley, B.C., home during a wedding-related celebration.
The union responsible for representing marine and ferry workers says it wasn’t properly consulted about BC Ferries decision to serve beer and wine on certain sailings as part of a pilot this summer.
A Vancouver councillor wants the city to consider suing the organizers of the annual 420 cannabis festival to recover all costs incurred by the city.
RCMP say a woman arrested at Vancouver's airport for allegedly stealing a passenger's purse is believed to be part of an organized group of thieves targeting airports.
420 is this weekend, and while many will be partaking of the newly legalized cannabis, a Vancouver doctor is urging participants to consider regulating the potency of the products they use.
As Vancouver's 420 and Seattle's Hempfest grew into large-scale occasions, the Canadian event has drawn scorn and opposition from elected officials while American politicians have tolerated and even supported the gathering.
City of Vancouver staff are recommending that council postpone the proposed goal of June 1 so more consultation can take place.
Every week, kids from around the province gather in small room to lay down the soundtrack to their recovery in the music therapy room at the Burnaby Centre of Mental Health and Addiction.
Judges' remarks and the way they were delivered prompted most complaints to the chief judge of B.C.'s provincial court in 2017.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration's refusal to license a therapeutic device intended to help brain-injured people is raising questions about the rigour of Health Canada's approval process.
The announcement that BC Ferries will serve beer and wine on certain sailings as part of a pilot project this June is causing concern that it creates the potential for increased impaired driving.
A handful of filmmakers and actors at this year’s TED conference are speaking out about diversity and representation on screen and on stage.
As B.C.'s opioid crisis rolls into its fourth year, SisterSpace, a women-only overdose prevention site on Vancouver's Downtown Eastside, continues to provide support for women in need.