The savings up are nine megawatt hours from 2015
Surrey RCMP say the stabbing happened as a result of an altercation between two individuals
British Columbians can join the global movement 8:30 to 9:30 p.m. March 25.
Deal with B.C. Teachers' Federation totals $330 million to meet court ruling on classroom resources
New information comes as RCMP are reviewing possible violations of the B.C. Elections Act.
Over 1,300 more large trees were cut down in the city last year when compared to 2015
Surrey man found guilty of possessing drugs for trafficking after leaving brown paper bag on back seat of taxi
An RCMP handgun was found when police searched a house in Whalley
Demonstrators protest actions taken by Ministry of Children and Family Development, remember youth who died while in gov’t care
28-year-old dies after incident at 0 Avenue property, east of Pacific Highway Border crossing.
Emergency crews are on scene but DriveBC says to expect major congestion
A breakdown of what the new plan means for Cloverdale.
With B.C. election looming, daycare support is being urged by parents and advocates.
Reservation system changes, additional park rangers start this summer to protect parks and meet demand
Police suspect alcohol may have been a factor in crash that killed one woman, sent others to hospital.
Green GMC strikes several vehicles before fatal collision at 152 Street and 72 Avenue.
Horsemen look for make up dates after severe winter weather cancels several races
Justin Trudeau government's budget spends on skills development, runs up bigger deficits
Finance Minister Bill Morneau delivered a federal budget Wednesday that aims to get Canadians ready for a changing world.
Two iconic Black Press titles will become one of the largest community newspapers in Western Canada
Chilliwack and Langley farms are concerned about short growing season for their crops
Jessie Nolan, 34, has been charged with assaulting a police officer causing bodily harm and obstructing a police officer.
Police are looking for the man who smashed the doors to Stephanie Cadieux's office with a rock.
Abbotsford pals now look to Kickstarter campaign to raise manufacturing funds
Suspect hit various Langley and Surrey restaurants, gaining access to employees personal items by saying he had to check water lines.
Those caught disobeying new rules can face fines up to $3,000.