Elections B.C. is taking action to address a website taking aim at James Crosty's bid to become New Westminster's next MLA.
Next week will mark sixth months since Amanda Todd took her life, vaulting the teen's story of bullying into the nation's consciousness.
Delta students are taking a stand against the growing trend of cyber-bullying.
Pink Shirt Day is against all types of bullying, such as cyber bullying, verbal bullying, physical bullying and emotional bullying.
WEST Vancouver police are warning computer users to beware of fishy messages coming from the RCMP demanding money.
Good food, good friends and good music - our video of the "dance for your soup" day at Greens and Beans deli had it all. The pen may be mightier than the sword, but when it comes to things like a former city councillor dancing his way around a deli, a video takes the cake - there's simply no way to accurately describe a moment like that without a little digital evidence. Former councillor Cal Donnelly took his turn doing "the twist," using his jacket for a little shimmy at the end, along with a number of healthcare staff from the nearby hospital and others. If you haven't checked it out yet, it's worth the watch - and it'll get your toe tapping in no time.
As cities across Metro Vancouver and the country plan events to remember Amanda Todd, a vigil is scheduled for today (Friday) in Coquitlam.
All that is left of a make-shift memorial at the bandstand in Memorial Peace Park for a dead teen is a few words scrawled across the cement in a green Sharpie.
Educating children on how to keep themselves safe in the "Wild West" of cyberspace has to start as soon as they access the Internet, according to a Mission expert on high-risk youth activities online.
Before committing suicide last Wednesday, Port Coquitlam teenager Amanda Todd created a heart-wrenching YouTube video about the endless cycle of cyber-bullying that fueled her despair.
Last week's question: -- How did you spend Thanksgiving?
AT West Vancouver's Ridgeview elementary school, a class of Grade 7 students sits writing about how they spent their summer.
Photos found on a computer hard drive may be the key to reunited stolen property with its rightful owners.
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Another potentially dangerous health product has been pulled from the shelves in Burnaby.
A group of youth in a leadership program at the South Burnaby Neighbourhood House is organizing a fundraiser to help sexually exploited trafficking victims.
A recent survey that pegged Port Coquitlam as the second most dangerous place in Canada for cybercrime has police reminding the public to take precautionary measures when surfing in cyberspace.