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Police looking for witnesses after woman's death in single-vehicle crash

BURNABY, B.C. — The Integrated Homicide Investigation Team is asking for the public's help in determining a timeline of events that led to what they say was a woman's suspicious death.

Elections BC keeps eye on Canada Post dispute, but no change in Nov. 30 deadline

VICTORIA — The potential impact of rotating postal strikes on British Columbia's electoral reform referendum is being watched closely but so far there are no plans to extend the Nov. 30 mail-in deadline, Elections BC said Monday.
B.C. woman who died after a highway crash was the victim of a homicide, police say

B.C. woman who died after a highway crash was the victim of a homicide, police say

Corrective to a Nov. 18 story on housing

VANCOUVER — In a story published Sunday, The Canadian Press erroneously quoted B.C. Premier John Horgan saying his government would be working with transgender advocates on housing.

High-end B.C. house prices dropping, but no relief at lower levels

VANCOUVER — The British Columbia government says it's already seeing positive results from the policies it put in place to address the housing crisis, but one expert says there's still a long way to go.

Police in Terrace, B.C., search for driver in fatal hit-and-run crash

TERRACE, B.C. — The Mounties are searching for a pickup-type truck that was involved in a deadly hit-and-run accident over the weekend near Terrace, B.C.

B.C. holds vote for favourite fossil after museum gets 18,000 donated

COURTENAY, B.C. — British Columbians who haven't yet marked their ballots in a referendum on electoral reform could distract themselves a little longer by voting for an official fossil symbol for the province.

Proposed environmental assessment legislation needs integrity boost: scientists

VANCOUVER — Scientists from across Canada have signed their names to a letter urging the British Columbia government to tighten the wording of its proposed environmental assessment legislation.

Two cases for Metro Vancouver homicide detectives after separate weekend deaths

VANCOUVER — Homicide detectives in Metro Vancouver are investigating separate cases involving two deaths they say appear to be either targeted or suspicious.
Legislation announcement regarding Uber and other ride-sharing tomorrow

Legislation announcement regarding Uber and other ride-sharing tomorrow

Is Uber coming to B.C.?