Earlier this year, a Canadian family discovered they were descended from King Richard III, whose skeletal remains were discovered under a parking lot in England.
A 26-year-old Maple Ridge man is dead and his 21-year-old passenger is in hospital after the man drove his truck off the road into the Skagit River on Sunday evening.
Jayden Baily planted his feet, his legs set roughly two feet apart, knees slightly bent, back and arms straight.
For Chilliwack cleaning company owner Lisa Riobo, donating free house cleaning to women battling cancer just seemed like the right thing to do.
Kids Physio Group has just opened a second location in North Surrey.
Richard Morrison was thrilled to be honoured with the BC Rehab Gert Vorsteher Memorial Award last week.
For his years of service to the Burnaby community, orthopaedic surgeon Dr. Kenneth C. Hill has been posthumously awarded the Spirit of Philanthropy Award by the Burnaby Hospital Foundation.
Stewart Lee will never know who gave him a second chance at a full life, but he will always be grateful.
Keenan Manning will hear the buzz of the clippers as they cut off his long blond locks but it's all good.
Area seniors can sign up for a free program that provides people with tools to help reduce stress, boost mood, and improve motivation and problem-solving.
"The results of [this] review paint a disturbing picture which is well-characterized by this comment from a physician participant: 'The system is broken. I've become so angry, frustrated and burnt out. The biggest frustration is the systemic disarray'."
The Fraser Health Authority is calling it misleading - an online report card from CBC ranks Burnaby Hospital among the worst five hospitals in the country for overall patient care.
THE last day Heather Divine worked as a nurse was May 31, 1991.
You'd likely be forgiven for being confused as to just how good or bad the Tri-Cities' lone hospital is when it comes to treating patients.
AFTER incurring big veterinary bills in caring for a hobbled miniature poodle-cross, the West Vancouver B.C. SPCA asked for help from the public and they got it.
Longtime Richmondite, Debbie Murphy, has been attending the Nite of Hope for 15 years, since Judi Miller took it out of her home and onto a larger stage.
On March 28, the Canadian Cancer Society's "Sirf Dus" initiative partnered with the B.C.
Cassidy Ediger's bedroom in her Chilliwack home is filled with flower-shaped lights, and the walls are painted blue.
North shore registered physiotherapist Leslie Farrar's interest in working with families and children with special needs was sparked as a teenager.