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B.C. mother fights First Nation, province to keep children with non-Indigenous foster parents
A northern B.C. woman with five children in care claims her First Nation is using her sons and daughters to make a point about placing Indigenous children with Indigenous families. She is challenging the provincial government and the First Nation in court.
'It's none of their business': The Wet'suwet'en people who want the protesters to stop
The Wet'suwet'en Nation is divided over whether to support a new natural gas pipeline through its territory.
Trial over fatal drunk-driving crash will determine whether party hosts were liable for underage teens' safety
A crash after a house party on B.C.'s Salt Spring Island left one teen dead and another badly injured in 2012. Eight years later, a civil trial in the case could change how the law looks at the responsibilities hosts have for the safety of their guests — especially minors.
North Van councillors to reconsider pigeon ban amid conflict of interest allegations
Mayor Mike Little said he supported all 12 recommendations and hoped council would endorse them.
Restaurant owner targeted by coronavirus rumour bewildered by lies spread online
Lily Yung, owner of of Grand Crystal Seafood Restaurant in Burnaby's Crystal Mall, said a rumour involving an employee circulating on WeChat tanked her family's business in less than 24 hours.
Pipeline approval record reveals conflict with Wet'suwet'en years in the making
B.C. mom upset at being asked to get out of the pool to breastfeed
1st person with coronavirus disease in B.C. has fully recovered, provincial health officer says
B.C. to fight homelessness with 'navigation centres,' a first in Canada modelled after San Francisco
Kelowna Rockets fire head coach Adam Foote, father of the WHL team's captain
Tax the rich, spend on the poor: 3 years in, this is still an NDP government
Stop work on Coastal GasLink to allow meaningful dialogue on B.C. pipeline project, says Indigenous leader
What the new 'Netflix tax' means for B.C. users
'I will always hold hope': Mother's search continues 2 years after son vanishes in B.C.
RCMP's latest puppy recruits await names from kids across Canada
B.C. First Nations village evacuated after blue-green algae found in water source
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