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A wind warning is in effect for northern Vancouver Island and Haida Gwaii.
An off-duty Mountie in Nanaimo is being commended for stopping a theft-in-progress while enjoying some ice cream out with his family.
A water main break in Esquimalt has caused a vehicle to fall into a sinkhole and has shut down a residential cul-de-sac Tuesday morning.
The BC Housing HousingHub program is working hard to build housing options for middle-income earners in Greater Victoria.
The B.C. government has announced plans to launch a free 24/7 mental health counselling and referral service across the province.
A southern resident killer whale is missing and feared dead by experts after he was not spotted with his family.
A wooden bear statue that was stolen from a popular Vancouver Island ice cream shop Monday has been returned to its owners.
Family members have confirmed to CTV News that Geordie Murray, a Saanich husband and expecting father, was the B.C. man killed in Alberta last week.
The coroner's service is calling on the B.C. government to improve the oversight of commercial vehicles after reviewing the death of a young woman who fell from a party bus in Vancouver.
Tickets for the FIBA Olympic Qualifying Tournament hosted in Victoria's Save-On-Foods Memorial Centre will start to go on sale this Friday.
Mounties are seeking charges of impaired driving after a single-vehicle crash near Campbell River last week.
The first presumptive positive case of novel coronavirus has been detected in British Columbia, health officials confirmed Tuesday.
A former member of a United Nations anti-racism committee says she stands by its statement calling for the Coastal GasLink pipeline project to be stopped.
Judge Mayland McKimm is set to deliver his decision today in Tenessa Nikirk's trial for dangerous driving causing bodily harm to an 11-year-old Saanich girl.
A lone wolf that came to the big city over the weekend has been relocated to his new home by conservation officers.
It's a big day at the Royal BC Museum as it welcomed back a classic car of epic proportions.
Commuters who drive along Highway 1 near the entrance of Goldstream Park and the Malahat should prepare for weekend delays and lane closures as the B.C. government begins work to widen the highway.
A popular Vancouver Island ice cream shop is pleading for the public's help after one of the store's wooden mascots was stolen overnight.
The construction of a huge sightseeing spiral along the Malahat highway could cause minor traffic delays, according to the Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure.
Police on the West Shore are asking the public to help identify a man they say walked out of a Langford store with two expensive hoverboards.
Vancouver Island Mounties have arrested a man they say was running down a Colwood street naked in the middle of the night, trying to break into homes.
Adopting drought and heat-tolerant grape varieties could help winemakers grappling with the effects of climate change, says new research from the University of British Columbia.
The British Columbia government has appointed former New Democrat MP Nathan Cullen as a provincial liaison with Wet'suwet'en hereditary chiefs in an LNG pipeline dispute.
An Oak Bay woman has been arrested on a number of charges, including assaulting a police officer, after a dramatic hit-and-run and arrest in the community on Thursday.
Victoria police are seeking the public's assistance in locating a missing teen who is believed to be at "risk of harm."
Cowichan Valley MLA and deputy party leader Sonia Furstenau announced her intention to run for the B.C. Green leadership in Victoria Monday.
A teacher who is living with his pregnant wife and child in a city that is at the epicentre of China's coronavirus outbreak is hoping to get his family out safely.
The Victoria Police Department said its officers, along with officers from the BC Conservation Officer Service, were responding to a "confirmed wolf sighting" in the city's James Bay neighbourhood Saturday afternoon.
Police in Maple Ridge are investigating a bizarre incident caught on camera in the city recently.
Construction crews were able to install a new bridge at the site of a landslide on Highway 4 on Vancouver Island more quickly than anticipated Saturday night.
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