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Canadians who are already sleep deprived will lose an hour of shuteye this weekend as most parts of the country switch from standard time to daylight saving time.
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Homeless people living in Abbotsford, B.C., are taking the city to court, alleging bylaws and tactics used to harass them breach their charter rights.
The New Westminster Police Department intends to remain tough on medical marijuana dispensaries after new laws take effect April 1. Health Canada is introducing new rules to facilitate dispensaries, but the NWPD issued a release Friday saying they "will continue with business as usual in the face of the amended" laws.
Transportation Minister Todd Stone's comments that the city should find its own solutions to congested streets isn't sitting well at city hall.
If anyone can help New West School District become a well-run organization, and a success, it might just be John Gaiptman.
Rana Dhatt, executive director of the Burnaby Multicultural Society, is raising awareness about elder abuse, but he says the provincial government needs to do more to help.
What better topic for a city aptly named Port Coquitlam, where the founding fathers in 1913 believed we would become a great deep-river port.
Thank you to whomever let the tub over flow from the 14th floor which leaked down to the 13th and set off fire alarm in the hotel.
'Station 12 - Jesus Dies on the Cross' is one in a series of Stations of the Cross paintings by Chris Woods commissioned by a parishioner of St. David of Wales in the mid-'90s.
The Reverend Michael Batten celebrating Holy Communion at the final scheduled Sunday service at St. David of Wales Anglican church on Feb. 23. Photo Randy Murray Interior view of All Saints Anglican Church at the corner of Franklin and Kamloops.
The Pattullo Bridge links the B.C. communities of Surrey and New Westminster. The latter is calling for a four-lane toll bridge to replace the 77-year-old structure.
It's a trick Faux has performed countless times since he started skateboarding at the age of eight.
After years of futility in his first six NHL seasons with the New York Islanders and Florida Panthers, the star goaltender found a home - and the playoffs - in Vancouver.
Award-winning author and columnist JJ Lee visits North Island College's Comox Valley campus March 6 as part of the Write Here Readers Series.