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1 hr ago | News-Register
George and Audrey Clunie didn't date long before getting married - but they'd known each other all their lives.
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4 hrs ago | The Globe and Mail
People gather during a demonstration against the Enbridge Northern Gateway pipeline in Vancouver, B.C., on Saturday November 16, 2013.
8 hrs ago | The St Paul Journal
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13 hrs ago | Examiner.com
According to a news update posted Dec. 10 on the band's Facebook official website, the legendary British prog-rockers will journey to the Great White North for a 10-city cross-Canada trek in March.
19 hrs ago | The Globe and Mail
Alice Munro in Victoria, B.C., on Oct. 11, 2013. Ms. Munro is unable to attend the Nobel ceremony, but calls the 'bewildering' honour 'very pleasant, very nice.'
An urban gondola between Ogden Point and the Inner Harbour is sparking the curiosity of traffic-fatigued residents of James Bay.
The past year in B.C. books included major changes in the British Columbia publishing scene, some excellent and deserving awards for writing and a Nobel Prize for Alice Munro, 82, an author with ties to the province.
BC Hydro says about 54,000 customers were left without power late Thursday afternoon because of an incident at a substation on southern Vancouver Island.
Though he's famous for his sweepingly grand adult pop productions, David Foster in person can be punk-rock blunt.
VICTORIA, British Columbia -- -- Carmanah Technologies Corporation today announced the appointment of two new directors to the board, Jim Meekison and Terry Holland .
File photo of lawyer Kirk Tousaw and defendant Owen Smith after a judge struck down the medical marijuana laws in Victoria, B.C., April 13, 2012.
Microsoft has pulled the plug on its Victoria, British Columbia game development studio, less than two years after it initially announced its formation.
Microsoft opened a small game studio in Victoria, BC, in early 2012, choosing the location for its relative nearness to the company's headquarters in Richmond, Washington, and also for its "livability," which was expected to attract top-quality employees.
Protesters take part in a mass sit-in in front of the British Columbia legislature in Victoria, B.C. Monday, Oct. 22, 2012.