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Jay DeMerit officially announced he will be hanging up his cleats on Thursday at a press conference in Vancouver and will be joining the club as an ambassador.
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The family of Andrew Leduc says it's been told charges will not be laid in Leduc's hit and run death in August, 2013.
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The Arctic may be a hot commodity, with remarkable resource and tourism opportunities, but a conference has heard that Canada and the United States are barely out of the ice age when it comes to harnessing its growth.
The provincial government is defending its unpopular decision to halt B.C.'s use of the veteran Martin Mars water bombers in favour of newer aircraft to fight wildfires.
The Vancouver Sun launches Wine Critic for your smartphone, tablet and desktop computer, featuring wine picks, tips, videos, advice on food pairings and more from our expert Anthony Gismondi.
Kevin and Lilliana Hughes with their daughter Krystal, left, look over photographs of their 28-year-old son Brandon, who was shot to death on July 23, 2009.
Police in West Vancouver are investigating a disturbing incident involving a man accused of inappropriately touching an 11-year-old girl on a bus.
United States ambassador to Canada Bruce Heyman had little to say Tuesday about a possible decision on the controversial Keystone XL pipeline project, but that didn't stop Canada's U.S. ambassador from bluntly stating there's no proof that the pipeline shouldn't be built.
Firefighters tackle a flare up at the Smith Creek fire located on a hillside in West Kelowna, B.C., Saturday, July, 19, 2014.
KELOWNA, British Columbia, Wildfires In British Columbia are forcing residents out.
Metro Vancouver's TransLink shut down the SkyTrain Expo and Millennium lines early Monday afternoon because of an undisclosed computer problem, forcing thousand of passengers off trains and out of stations.
Brookside Temple president Baldev Singh Kalsi speaking on the 40th anniversary of the Canadian Ramgarhia Society, which manages the gurdwara.
The B.C. government has been ordered by a judge to compensate a mining firm for interfering with its claims.
Premier Christy Clark and Natural Gas Development Minister Rich Coleman told North American political and business leaders that British Columbia's liquefied natural gas industry will not only fight air pollution it will clean up the province's debt.
Updated: Thu Jul 24, 2014 02:15 pm
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