- Drowned Syrian boys' aunt fights to bring family to Canada Updated: Sep-05-15 1:06 am
COQUITLAM, British Columbia - The aunt of a drowned Syrian boy whose death has sparked global outrage about the plight of refugees in Europe says she still hopes to bring the rest of her family to Canada.
- No fine increase for Stars owner for damaging fish habitat Updated: Sep-03-15 9:26 pm
KAMLOOPS, British Columbia - A British Columbia appeals court judge has denied a prosecution request to increase Dallas Stars owner Tom Gaglardi's $140,000 fine for polluting a lake during renovations on his Kamloops vacation property.
- Windstorm in British Columbia leaves thousands without power Updated: Aug-30-15 7:08 pm
VANCOUVER, British Columbia - Emergency crews were working Sunday to clean up in the aftermath of a vicious windstorm that tore through southwestern British Columbia, toppling trees and branches onto power lines and cars and leaving an estimated 500,000 people without electricity.
- Barge tips, vehicles fall into Victoria harbor Updated: Aug-28-15 11:10 pm
VICTORIA, British Columbia - British Columbia's Ministry of Environment says a barge has tipped in Victoria's harbor, dumping as many as 20 vehicles into the water.
- Whitecaps beat Impact 2-0 to win Canadian Championship Updated: Aug-27-15 12:42 am
VANCOUVER, British Columbia - Octavio Rivero and Tim Parker scored and the Vancouver Whitecaps won their first Voyageurs Cup title, beating the Montreal Impact 2-0 on Wednesday night in the second leg of the Canadian Championship.
- Olimpia beats Sounders 1-0 in CONCACAF play Updated: Aug-27-15 12:08 am
TEGUCIGALPA, Honduras - Alberth Elis scored in the 60th minute to help Olimpia beat the Seattle Sounders 1-0 on Wednesday night in CONCACAF Champions League play.
- Canadian official in Alaska amid mine development concerns Updated: Aug-26-15 9:40 pm
JUNEAU, Alaska - Lt. Gov. Byron Mallott and British Columbia's minister of energy and mines were working toward an agreement in response to concerns raised about the potential impacts of Canadian mine development on rivers that flow into southeast Alaska.
- Techera scores in 32nd, Whitecaps beat FC Dallas 1-0 Updated: Aug-23-15 12:30 am
VANCOUVER, British Columbia - Cristian Techera scored in the 32nd minute in the Vancouver Whitecaps' 1-0 victory over FC Dallas on Saturday night.
- Bon Jovi says he didn't want to disappoint Vancouver fans Updated: Aug-22-15 7:25 pm
VANCOUVER, British Columbia - Jon Bon Jovi says he rebooked a canceled Vancouver show at a new venue because there was no way he was going to disappoint fans in the city he called home for six years.
- Halfway there: Bon Jovi to play Vancouver after cancellation Updated: Aug-20-15 7:31 pm
TORONTO - Jon Bon Jovi announced that he will perform in Vancouver this weekend, after his show was initially cancelled when the concert's promoter went bankrupt.
- Bon Jovi weekend concert in Vancouver canceled Updated: Aug-18-15 12:19 am
VANCOUVER, British Columbia - A weekend Bon Jovi concert in Vancouver, British Columbia, has been canceled after the city said the promoter had failed to obtain the required permits.
- Toronto hires Jacques Lemaire as special assignment coach Updated: Aug-14-15 11:23 am
TORONTO - The Toronto Maple Leafs have added decades of hockey experience by hiring Jacques Lemaire as special assignment coach.
- Techera scores twice, Whitecaps top Real Salt Lake 4-0 Updated: Aug-09-15 12:24 am
VANCOUVER, British Columbia - Cristian Techera scored twice and Octavio Rivero and Pa-Modou Kah added goals to help the Vancouver Whitecaps beat Real Salt Lake 4-0 on Saturday night.
- CFL seeks to combat violence against women Updated: Aug-06-15 4:39 pm
VANCOUVER, British Columbia - Canadian Football League players and employees will undergo yearly mandatory training on violence against women as part of a new league initiative.
- Mallott holds meetings on trans-boundary issues Updated: Aug-06-15 4:16 pm
JUNEAU, Alaska - Lt. Gov. Byron Mallott is holding meetings on how the state should move forward on trans-boundary water issues with Canada.