The announcement is expected to come in a written statement from provincial health officer Dr. Bonnie Henry and Health Minister Adrian Dix after 3 p.m.
Protests in the forest around Fairy Creek reached a boiling point on Tuesday, and it was caught on video.
A new sightseeing platform on Vancouver Island is set to open this summer near the Malahat summit.
Provincial health officials identified 17 new cases of COVID-19 in the Vancouver Island region Thursday.
Visitor restrictions, PPE and physical distancing all make the work Victoria Hospice does harder, while limits on gatherings have made fundraising a challenge.
The latest map of cumulative COVID-19 cases in B.C. since the start of the pandemic shows just a handful of regions that have been hit the hardest over time.
Saanich police say they are investigating after a youth was sent to hospital following a violent incident Thursday.
B.C.'s unemployment rates have increased slightly for the first time since January.
Homicide investigators were combing through a Port Alberni apartment building Thursday, looking for evidence in the city’s latest murder.
Nanaimo RCMP are on the lookout for a person of interest after a suspicious fire caused "considerable damage" to a local Dollarama in March.
Mounties on Vancouver Island have seized several guns, vehicles and three ounces of cocaine following an investigation of two properties in Saanich and Sooke.
Victoria police say a woman who was believed to have stolen a neighbourhood cat near the Victoria HarbourCats offices has been cleared of any wrongdoing.
Provincial health officer Dr. Bonnie Henry announced during a news conference on Thursday that the province had seen its first case of vaccine-induced immune thrombotic thrombocytopenia - or VITT.
A Victoria-based video game studio has been acquired by Electronic Arts and will be joining the company's EA Sports division.
Victoria police are investigating a bank robbery in the city’s downtown core.
The Sooke School District (SD62) is the first jurisdiction in B.C. to introduce electric school buses to its fleet.
The BC Coroners Service says a 12-year-old girl died last month of a suspected fentanyl overdose.
A glitch in the provincial COVID-19 vaccine registration system that meant records of immunization weren’t inputted should now be fixed, according to Dr. Bonnie Henry.
The provincial government is looking at options for legislation aimed at helping B.C. victims of so-called "revenge porn."
The locks have been changed at a B.C. fitness studio that wasn't even supposed to be open when it tried to ban members who'd been vaccinated against COVID-19.
On the steps of the B.C. legislature, red dresses were hung in remembrance of the mothers, daughters and sisters who have been lost to violence.
Video has emerged of a tense altercation between forestry workers and activists trying to prevent old-growth logging on Vancouver Island.
B.C. health officials have identified 22 new cases of COVID-19 in the Vancouver Island region Wednesday.
A former B.C. Mountie says the RCMP didn't help her adequately while she was managing 'all-consuming' PTSD.
A man out for a walk with his dogs has survived an attack by a grizzly bear on his property in British Columbia's southern Interior.
Victoria police say they are investigating a suspected "hate-motivated assault" after a man was arrested for allegedly spitting at an Asian woman and her four children near an elementary school.
With COVID-19 numbers dropping and the pace of vaccinations picking up, B.C.’s movie theatres are urging the province to let them open their doors in time to screen big summer blockbusters.
West Shore RCMP say a youth who was reported missing earlier this week has been located.
A driver was taken to hospital with life-threatening injuries after two semi-trucks collided on the Nanaimo Parkway Wednesday morning.
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