The Canadian Press

Vancouver group faces complaint after walking to Yellowstone hot spring

A group of Vancouver men who posted pictures and videos of their travels on social media are in hot water with Yellowstone National Park officials after allegedly walking out to a hot spring...

B.C. whale-watching company says capsizing that killed 6 people was 'act of God'

The owner of a whale−watching vessel that capsized on Vancouver Island, killing six people, describes the tragedy as an "act of God" arising from unforeseeable ocean conditions. Court documents filed...
BC Wildfire near Kelowna, 2014

Wildfires prompt evacuation alert in Cecil Lake area in northeast B.C.

The Peace River Regional District has issued an evacuation alert for multiple homes in the Cecil Lake area in northeast B.C. Two small wildfires, about 10 and 12 hectares in size, are burning south...
Victoria Police Chief, Frank Elsner

Another investigation launched into embattled Victoria police chief

Another investigation has been launched into the actions of Victoria's police chief amid new allegations that he attempted to influence witnesses and may have deleted information needed for...
Amanda Todd killed herself after nude photos of her were posted online

Dutch court refuses request for delay from accused in Amanda Todd case

A Dutch court has refused to grant a third delay in the trial of a man accused of making child pornography and online extortion linked to the suicide of a British Columbia teenager Amanda Todd. A...
Anthony Hopkins in "Blackway."

New Anthony Hopkins thriller to premiere at smalltown B.C. drive-in

A major motion picture shot in British Columbia will have it's premiere showing at a small Okanagan community's drive-in theatre. Blackway will hit theatres across North America on June 10, a week...
Site C dam protesters outside BC Hydro head office

BC Hydro going to court to evict Site C dam protesters from outside head office

The utility company filed a notice of civil claim and an application for an injunction in B.C. Supreme Court Wednesday, alleging protesters opposed to the company's Site C dam project are trespassing...
Finance Minister Bill Morneau speaks to the Vancouver Board of Trade.

Finance Minister talks First Nations investment during Vancouver visit

In a speech to the Greater Vancouver Board of Trade on Wednesday, Finance Minister Bill Morneau repeatedly used the term "completely unacceptable" to describe the prevalence of unclean drinking water...

Kelowna city council floats ideas to nix image of 'lake monster' Ogopogo

Ogopogo could get the heave-ho if councillors in Kelowna, B.C., decide to ditch images of the mythical lake monster from its parade float. A proposal for the city's new float stresses outdoor...

Chess players offered new play place in Vancouver-area mall stalement

Park Royal Shopping Centre manager Karen Donald says players have been offered a new space to be installed on the mall's second floor. Donald says in a statement that she's glad a long-standing...