Police in Victoria say they have arrested an arson suspect after a suspicious fire in the city Saturday night.
Crews were called to the scene near the intersection of 104th Street and Victoria Avenue in Nanaimo around 7:30 a.m. on Sunday.
Friends, colleagues and students are remembering University of British Columbia professor Sinikka Elliott for her advocacy, warmth and research contributions.
Big trees, small trees, dead trees, softwoods and hardwoods have all become valuable targets of tree poachers in British Columbia as timber prices hit record levels.
Police in Campbell River say they have arrested an 18-year-old man for drug trafficking in a local park.
In addition to vaccine appointments opening up for those 18 and up, Fraser Health will be opening several drop-in clinics for Surrey residents.
Hundreds of students and their families lined a busy Victoria street Saturday to take a final stand against proposed cuts to the local school district's budget.
As the weather warms up and summer approaches, police in B.C.'s capital are reminding people not to leave dogs in parked vehicles, even with the windows cracked.
After four days of intensive searching, UBC professor Sinikka Elliott's body has been found, say RCMP.
“There are people who try to take you down. Don’t listen to them,” Ford says. “Because there are also people who will try to bring you up.”
A Comox Valley man is doing his best to lighten people's spirits during the pandemic by maintaining a unique roadside display.
Rich Coleman was recalled to testify Friday at the public inquiry into money laundering to face more questions about statements he made in January 2011.
B.C. health officials identified eight new cases of COVID-19 in the Vancouver Island region Friday.
On Friday, Island Health's chief medical health officer Dr. Richard Stanwick relayed more encouraging news about Vancouver Island's continued efforts to bend the COVID-19 curve.
Search crews from across Vancouver Island and Vancouver's north shore are joining forces to look for Sinikka Elliott near the hiking trails where her car was found.
Victoria City Council passed a motion Thursday to create a working group that would see Victoria City Hall and the local hospitality industry working together toward the goal of mandating sexualized violence training in the workplace.
Queen Elizabeth presented a Nanaimo doctor with a Commonwealth award earlier this week for his work on drowning prevention and training across the globe.
A Duncan middle school and nearby homes were evacuated Friday afternoon after a resident discovered what appeared to be explosives while they were out gardening.
The federal government announced Friday that it would be providing nearly $7 million for the construction of 19 affordable homes in two Vancouver Island First Nations.
The Tiny Homes Village transitional housing project in Victoria has received its first round of residents on Friday.
One man has been arrested after firefighters in Courtenay attended the latest in a series of suspicious blazes over the past several months in the city's downtown.
It's been three years since a Comox Valley neighbourhood went under lockdown as RCMP tracked down an armed man who was on the run.
Victoria police say they've tracked down a bicycle that was stolen from a nurse while she was administering vaccines in the downtown core earlier this week.
The B.C. government and Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) Port Alberni have purchased an apartment building that offers affordable rent to more than 40 people in the region.
Victoria has penned a new bylaw which will require buildings to be deconstructed, not demolished, in an effort to reduce construction waste in the municipality.
While the University of Victoria is preparing for students to return to full-time classes in the fall of 2021, faculty members are concerned about the spread of COVID-19 on campus.
The Island Health region has now recorded 4,897 cases since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic.
West Shore RCMP arrested a Colwood man who allegedly stole from a Netflix film set earlier this year.
Internal documents and a freedom of information battle reveal details of the provincial government’s quiet changes to outbreak response in B.C. care homes.
Saanich police have concluded their investigation into a two-vehicle crash that claimed the life of a 31-year-old man in February.
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