A 15-month dispute in British Columbia's film and television industry has ended with the ratification of a new contract for creative and logistical staff working on productions shot in the province.
All ferry sailings between two of B.C.'s Discovery Islands have been cancelled Saturday because of a lack of crew.
When Tabi Henry was little, she never questioned why everyone celebrated her birthday in costume. Until she realized Oct. 31 was also Halloween.
Eight students are the first to graduate from a new Vancouver Island program that helps give Indigenous students the skills they need to enter the booming film and TV industry.
The amount of fentanyl necessary to cause a fatal overdose varies from person to person, but the generally accepted size of a potentially lethal dose is just two milligrams – about the size of a few grains of sugar.
Hundreds of people who perished during the historic heat wave in British Columbia last summer died in homes ill-suited for temperatures that spiked into the high 30s and beyond for days, a report by B.C.'s coroners' service found this month.
Tanya Ball began her career as a social worker for the Kaska Dene First Nation. Now she runs a land guardian program, working to monitor and protect a vast stretch of the band's northern British Columbia wilderness.
There is a renewed conversation about abortion accessibility and rights for women in Canada after U.S. Supreme Court justices overturned the Roe v. Wade case on Friday, allowing states to ban abortions.
New research has found that women are 'significantly' more likely than men to suffer from long COVID syndrome, in addition to developing different symptoms of the disease.
Saanich police are investigating after a 17-year-old boy was hit by a car while walking at a crosswalk on Thursday evening.
British Columbia's police watchdog is investigating after a man suffered medical distress while in RCMP custody in Campbell River, B.C., and later died.
A problem with the aircraft's emergency ejection parachute has grounded the Canadian Forces Snowbirds.
A nurse and sexual health educator from Nanaimo, B.C., says she's "heartbroken" about the U.S. Supreme Court's decision to overturn its Roe V. Wade ruling, allowing for individual states to ban abortions.
Victoria West Park will be a hub of excitement this weekend with a wide range of activities celebrating the 20th anniversary of Vic West Fest.
Victoria police have arrested one person and are still investigating three suspicious fires that burned in the downtown core early Friday morning.
Two local police departments and the RCMP are working together to address a surge in marine-related crimes around the Cadboro Bay area.
One of Vancouver Island’s most popular tourist attractions has just received a safety makeover.
A very Canadian traffic delay stopped vehicles near downtown Victoria on Wednesday morning.
The new bylaw means that, in Victoria, contractors must now unbuild buildings and salvage what they can, rather than demolishing the structure and sending the waste to the landfill.
Mounties are asking the public for help identifying a man who they say "inappropriately touched" two underage girls at a restaurant in Central Saanich, B.C.
After more than a month of searching on Vancouver Island, a beloved dog that's trained to help its owner with her diabetes was located safe.
Mounties say they have seized a vehicle connected to a hit-and-run crash that sent a woman to hospital with serious injuries near Nanaimo, B.C.
People who are concerned about the security of their bike while cycling in downtown Victoria will soon be able to park their bike for free at a "coat-check style" valet service.
The B.C. government's $789-million plan to redevelop the Royal B.C. Museum has been cancelled, Premier John Horgan announced Wednesday afternoon.
Mounties say a 21-year-old man from Nanaimo, B.C., has been charged with second-degree murder in the death of a woman from Victoria.
Canada's chief of defence says Russia's invasion of Ukraine is going to change the course of history.
G7 leaders opened their summit Sunday with a discussion about shaping the global economy at a time when conflict and unrest are driving up prices and access to key goods around the world.
Russia attacked the Ukrainian capital early Sunday, striking at least two residential buildings, the mayor of Kyiv said, as elsewhere Russian troops fought to consolidate their gains in the country's east.
The latest on the G7 summit: The Group of Seven leading democratic economies has formally launched at its annual summit a global infastructure and investment partnership aimed at pushing back China's influence in the developing world.
David Cohen has been the United States' Ambassador to Canada since November 2021, and in the time since, both Canada and the United States have experienced a series of shared challenges. In an interview at his official residence in Ottawa, Cohen opens up about the state of the relationship.
Norway's prime minister and members of the royal family joined mourners at a memorial service Sunday at Oslo Cathedral for the victims of a shooting attack as the capital held its annual LGBTQ Pride festival.
Republicans are heading into a November midterm election that is poised to swiftly become a referendum on the court's decision to overturn Roe v. Wade, as voters decide which party should control Congress
Cat and dog owners who cuddle their pets when infected with COVID-19 could end up making the animals sick with the virus, according to a Canadian study.
New research looking at the frequency of heavy rainfall across the globe shows that a drastic increase in downpours is expected over the years to come.
Adam finds out how a group of people from Victoria is helping a young woman from Afghanistan make a better life for herself and her family in Canada
Long before he strived to become an RCMP member, Greg dreamed of being a strongman like his dad Terry Young.
"It was just to take you away from reality."
To appreciate why the back of a pickup truck seems to be overflowing with plush animals of all sizes, you need to know something about the relationship between the owner of the vehicle and his friend, Royce.
Before you can appreciate how meaningful it is for Brynne to have "Sgt. Pepper's Catio" attached to her home, you should know she's a prolific planner.
"She said there is a beautiful place where people can find happiness." Adam finds out the story behind a creative Central Saanich woman who has been striving to inspire joy in others for decades.
When Sgt. Stuart Bates responded to a call about a deer hit by a car, the B.C. conservation officer never expected it would become a once in a career experience.
An act of kindness from a Winnipeg bus driver is being shared by a passenger who says it warmed his heart to witness.
Mounties in Coquitlam are appealing to the public for help tracking down two pieces of artwork that were allegedly stolen from a high school art display.
An out-of-this-world, rural Manitoba home is up for grabs offering buyers a chance to live in a self-sustaining, off-grid oasis.
Disney fans may be able to find a deal at an online auction of rare collectibles based in British Columbia.
A Metro Vancouver pet owner won't get all of her money back after being billed for veterinary care she didn't approve of while her cat was in an animal shelter.
'Don't start the party without me!' Adam finds out the story behind an 85-year-old who travelled from Nanaimo to Ont. to present her sister with a pair of priceless surprises.
Justin Trudeau and Boris Johnson were heard mocking Russian President Vladimir Putin during a meeting in Germany.