Federal Indian Day School settlement claims process now open
Today marks a significant and meaningful occasion as the Federal Indian Day Schools settlement takes effect. This means that thousands
Canadian Iranian Foundation starts a fundraiser for victims of Iran tragedy
The Canadian Iranian Foundation has started a fundraiser to help the families of the victims of the tragedy that claimed
VPD seeking dashcam video in child abduction investigation
Vancouver Police is asking people to come forward with dashcam video to assist in the investigation of an attempted child abduction on Tuesday.
Half of Canadians say crime is rising in their communities
Crime rates in Canada dropped precipitously from 1991 until 2014, falling more than 50 per cent during that period. Since
Vancouver Police welcome 24 recruits, hiring more
The 24 newest members of the Vancouver Police Department will be sworn in today by Chief Constable Adam Palmer at
56% Canadians see stricter mortgage rules as barrier to home ownership
For many Canadians, buying a home can be a challenging and stressful experience. According to a recent survey from Zillow
Vancouver cop dismissed for misconduct during relationship with a junior
A senior Vancouver Police officer has been ordered dismissed for misconduct during an inappropriate relationship with a junior Vancouver Police
Snow is likely over the BC South Coast
With the shift into cooler weather, snow is looking likely over the BC South Coast in the coming week, says
Police look for missing man with life threatening health issues
The Vancouver Police is asking for the public’s help in locating a missing 36-year-old man with severe health issues who was last seen leaving Vancouver General Hospital.
Coquihalla Highway to be closed for four hours for avalanche control
BC Government is advising drivers that a section of the Coquihalla between Hope and Merritt will be closed from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 8, to allow for proactive avalanche control.
BC SPCA whips up recipe book for Treat Week
The BC SPCA is releasing a special recipe book to inspire bakers and animal lovers to get involved in Treat
White Rock man to pay $15,000 after violating ban by BCSC
A White Rock man must pay $15,000 after pleading guilty to breaching an order of the British Columbia Securities Commission
Whistler RCMP searches for man who tried to lure child with candy
The driver advised that the candy was in the back of the vehicle and offered to drive the child anywhere he wanted to go.
VPD seeks help in finding missing senior
Vancouver Police are asking for the public’s help in locating a missing 81-year-old woman with dementia who was last seen
Coast Guard is removing MV Spudnik from Fraser River
The Coast Guard is taking action to remove the MV Spudnik from the Fraser River near Surrey, Bernadette Jordan, Minister
Toronto subway air contamination: Union says risks far greater for staff
A report released today by the Toronto Public Health department recognises issues exist regarding air quality in the city’s subway
Automobile-tech ownership is the lowest in BC
Canadians are enthusiastic about technology, from current ownership of products such as smart speakers and smart watches to broader innovations
Tax alert: CRA is changing how representatives are authorised
Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) is introducing new digital processes to simplify and speed up the way representatives request online authorizations.
Reward offered for info on skinning of bear cub
The discarded skin of what appeared to be a bear cub found in Beaverdell, BC, has prompted non-profit The Fur-Bearers
RCMP partners with New York Academy of Art to put faces on unidentified skulls
There are currently over 700 unidentified remains in the RCMP’s national database of missing persons and unidentified remains. Without knowing