Once young people age out of BC's broken foster care system, they are offered no support and often end up living on the streets of Vancouver.
Everyone has a drug story, even if it's about how they don't do drugs.
I made a 5,600-mile journey in a month thanks to drivers I adorned with nicknames like Kush Grandpa, John the Racist, Four Divorces, and Nice Mike.
Seattle's tourism board wants to boycott the scenic Vancouver Island city, which still dumps its raw sewage into the ocean.
It's aimed at those who want to be legal dealers, but the university admits that it could help out students wanting to sell to the black market.
About 300 grizzlies are hunted and killed every year in British Columbia, but activists say the culling is unnecessary and unethical.
James Daniel McIntyre was a "sweet guy" who hacked credit cards and gave the money to charity, according to those who knew him.
The 2014 spill was and remains the worst environmental mining disaster in Canadian history.
For an assorted cast of wild characters, River Valley Farm is a paradise.
"I was just given a purpose, a big purpose in life, and that is to promote Mother Earth's end and her most miraculous plant in this world. That is cannabis."
Topless women are having something of a moment this week in Canada, though not without conflict.
The Canadian He-Man lookalike was almost a rock star before mismanagement, a bizarre kidnapping, and a series of health issues derailed his dreams.
Keeping a chopper in the sky under all that smoke—and not dumping water on the firefighters below—is not an easy task.
The mining giant says it has the "full support" of First Nations to start the project, but it's hardly guaranteed to happen.
A cyberstalker has been circulating a photoshopped image of Andrea Ng for years, but she says the authorities haven't helped her.
Projected to cost British Columbian taxpayers $1 million over the next four years, this empty town was created to support a decades-old resort project that can't seem to get its shit together.
Politicians blamed each other for delayed spill response last week, as many popular Vancouver beaches remain closed.
Chief Marilyn Slett has declared that if the feds don't have the authority to shut down commercial herring fisheries, the Heiltsuk Nation would.
From escaping prisons in the US to suing the BC government, Kourosh Bakhtiari's legal history is weird and fascinating.
While some countries look at sexual services for people with disabilities as a medical issue, it's still illegal in Canada.
Eleven years and $138 million after cleanup efforts began, one of Canada's most toxic sites remains a work in progress.
We spoke to some environmental and aboriginal activists to see if they were worried about a coming crackdown.
Indigenous women are four times more likely to be murdered than non-indigenous women. For 25 years families of victims have called for justice in Vancouver.
Nicholaus Vieira is a self-identified troglodyte: He's spent nearly two-thirds of the past several years underground.