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B.C. health officials reported no new deaths related to COVID-19 on Friday, and just four more cases of the virus.
Two groups that advocate for seniors in Vancouver Island care facilities and their families say it's time to start easing up on visitation restrictions.
The Greater Victoria Placemaking Network wants municipalities to rethink their streetscapes, sidewalks and boulevards to better accommodate the safe movement of people and supporting the needs of businesses as the city reopens.
The North Island Wildlife Recovery Centre (NIWRA) will reopen its doors to the public starting Tuesday, June 2.
RCMP in the Comox Valley say they impounded six vehicles in a six-day period – all for excessive speeding.
Libraries across the Greater Victoria region will begin reopening in a phased approach starting next month.
Three south island municipalities are making it easier for businesses to expand onto sidewalks and other public spaces amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
The company behind the redevelopment of Victoria's Janion building is buying up nearly seven acres of downtown Victoria property, including the historic Capital Iron building.
The Sooke RCMP are seeking the public’s assistance in identifying a man who broke into a high school and smashed open an ATM.
A man has been arrested after two people were sent to hospital with stab wounds in Victoria.
The B.C. government has purchased a motel to provide housing for dozens of people who were displaced after a fire broke out at an apartment complex in Campbell River in April.
The City of Victoria has approved a motion to spend up to $300,000 to move homeless people in hotel or motel rooms amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Town of Lake Cowichan has lifted its ban on river tubing amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
A 38-year-old Langford man is facing several charges after police say he fled the scene of a serious collision in Saanich.
Major crimes investigators fanned out across Victoria Thursday night after three suspicious fires were set around the city.
The cruise-ship season in Canada is all but dead as Ottawa extends a ban on ships in Canadian waters until the end of October.
The British Columbia government has created a new online resource to help the province's agricultural sector find workers during the COVID-19 pandemic.
It was a shockingly brutal home invasion that sent one Victoria-area woman to hospital with severe knife wounds and prompted police to warn the community to lock their doors while at home.
Two more residents of long-term care homes have died from COVID-19 in British Columbia, bringing the province's death toll from the coronavirus to 164.
Anyone looking to book an ICBC knowledge test can do so now, with appointments beginning on June 1 across most office locations.
A Victoria Day kayak trip quickly turned into a rescue mission when a Nanaimo woman found a turkey vulture floating off the shores of Newcastle Island.
Members of the Canadian Coast Guard have been receiving special training on how to respond to emergency situations while also protecting themselves and others during the COVID-19 pandemic.
A Volkswagen camper van veered off of the road and rolled over after trying to avoid a deer that was crossing the street Thursday.
The Urban Grocer says it will open its flagship location at 1625 Fort St., in an area known as the Oak Bay Junction.
An investigation by British Columbia's independent forestry watchdog has found that sediment from roads posed a high risk to fish habitat in three of five watersheds it assessed.
The City of Colwood has launched an online survey asking people for their opinions on closing, or partially closing, Ocean Boulevard to vehicles at Esquimalt Lagoon.
More than two dozen new HandyDART buses are being put into service on Vancouver Island for those with disabilities, according to BC Transit.
A Vancouver Island search and rescue group is pleading for the public to keep off of inner-tubes and other flotation devices on rivers during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Fans of car-sharing services in British Columbia are about to get another option within weeks of the closure of two other car-share businesses in the province.
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