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Nesreen Nassleh, an immigrant mother who moved to Vancouver from Syria, used to watch Michelle Obama’s speeches and admire the former U.S. first lady for her empowering messages to women.
A new report from the Insurance Bureau of Canada shows British Columbians are paying more for auto insurance than drivers on the other side of the Rockies.
Students at Simon Fraser University are calling for a freeze on tuition increases in response to a proposal for some hefty fee hikes in the coming years.
There were 48 high temperature records set in B.C. on the first day of spring, bringing the total to 122 broken records this week.
The Vancouver International Auto Show is filled with flashy, glamorous and high-tech cars. But one vehicle will stand out, even though it's none of those things. The Van of Hope, a Ford Econoline, is the vehicle that…
Indigenous voters can vote by telephone today during Thursday's election for a new tribal chief in northern B.C.
Go inside the home of one West Vancouver family who gathered Wednesday to ring in the Persian New Year.
TransLink in early stages of examining whether interurban rails could be used for public transit.