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Two seniors who went missing while hiking on Quadra Island have been found after spending two days alone in the wilderness.
The DFO said it would make arrangements with a local First Nation to move the whale to another spot for a necropsy.
A technical rescue team was called to the popular hiking area just after 1 p.m. Friday.
The latest number – about 597,300 – includes all packages that have made it to Elections BC's offices.
The B.C. Office of the Police Complaints Commissioner told CTV News it may open its own investigation when the officers get home.
U.S. President Donald Trump said Saturday that his administration will release a full report in the next two days about the death of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
The small killer whale was discovered Wednesday washed up on a beach on the west coast of the island.
Health Minister Adrian Dix says the trans community has advocated for a number of years for improved access to care for the complex surgeries in B.C.
The report looked at the effects of increasingly severe weather systems which Hydro blames on climate change.
The Justice Department has filed charges under seal against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, a person familiar with the matter confirmed Friday after prosecutors inadvertently tipped off the information in a court filing.
A federal judge in Washington is ordering the Trump administration to immediately return the White House press credentials of CNN reporter Jim Acosta.
Canada Post has warned that Christmas deliveries may be in jeopardy if a “just-in-time resolution” is not reached with its workers.
The Canadian crude oil industry has declared a national emergency after prices plunged to record lows.
He's only been on the job for a little under a month, but Colwood's new mayor is already testing the waters on the idea.
The replacement project is valued at $69.4 million, but that’s only if the project starts construction by March 2019.
The provincial government says it’s looking for input on improving one of Vancouver Island’s most treasured attractions.
The people of British Columbia are being asked to choose between seven different candidates in the race to see which will become B.C.’s provincial fossil.
West Shore RCMP have admitted a mix-up led to them temporarily dismissing a possible child abduction attempt as a family issue.
Investigators say a pedestrian was walking in a marked crosswalk at Dallas Road and Menzies street when it happened.
Reports of the vehicle fire came in on social media at around 1:20 p.m. Thursday.
Duncan Moffat's uncle, Bill Macnab, said his nephew survived on a bottle of Gatorade and a bag of apples.
It's a four-day event to finalize Canada’s 22-player roster in advance of the tournament, which begins Boxing Day.
Hundreds of sea lions have made a home on the town’s commercial fishing docks, creating a distracting din, but attracting a welcome wave of visitors.
Premier John Horgan made the announcement at UVic Thursday morning, saying it would free up rental housing in a city with one of the lowest vacancy rates in the province.
New charges including arson causing bodily harm have been laid against Sarah O'Hara, a 31-year-old woman of no fixed address who is known to police.
Fisheries Minister Jonathan Wilkinson announced the new installations Thursday at the Canadian Coast Guard station in Richmond.
The large deer hip or shoulder was found in a load of organics last week, city staff say.
A Department of Fisheries and Oceans spokeswoman asks people to avoid getting into conflict, even in the name of education.
The woman, a waitress from southern Vancouver Island, alleges she was drugged, brought to CFB Esquimalt and sexually assaulted.
The incident happened Nov. 12 at around 1:30 p.m. on Willemar Avenue in Courtenay, RCMP say in a news release.