One male has died after a car crashed in central Abbotsford yesterday.
After a speeding vehicle almost crashed into an officer and vehicles parked on the side of a highway, a Delta driver has been fined.
Commuters and office workers in Downtown Vancouver received a shock this morning.
Anyone who sees him is warned not to attempt to apprehend him but to instead call 911 immediately.
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A burst water main is believed to be responsible.
The pedestrian, a man in his 80s from Richmond, was crossing the roadway when he was struck.
North and West Vancouver are two areas that will experience lots of overnight precipitation.
Officers intercepted the 57-year-old woman as she arrived at her residence.
During the investigation into the incident, police are asking drivers to avoid the area until further notice.
Catalytic converter thefts have been on the rise across Metro Vancouver this summer.
Thieves have been stealing catalytic converters to either resell them or to recycle the metals in them.
Bystanders performed CPR on the motorcyclist until paramedics were able to arrive.
A truck collision closed down a highway offramp in North Vancouver on August 21.
While the collision killed one female, another was taken to hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.
The B.C. Taxi Association is less than thrilled with today’s news.
Investigators are searching for specific witnesses of a collision in Coquitlam.
A commercial vehicle safety check in Burnaby has found numerous vehicles to be unsafe for driving.
The results from local CounterAttack campaigns continue to be concerning.
In June, the B.C. government reconfirmed that drivers will require a Class 4 licence.