It's been three months since 109 shipping containers were knocked from a cargo ship traveling through rough seas off the west coast of Vancouver Island, yet the location of all but four remain unknown.
Quebec’s anti-corruption squad says they are investigating 'various fraudulent schemes' to make and distribute fake vaccine passports in the province and are warning the people involved could face serious criminal charges.
More than 500 black bears were killed in B.C. last year by conservation officers and one organization says the public needs to understand what happens to the animals when attractants encourage them to visit residential areas.
A British Columbia Indigenous leader says the signing of a joint federal, provincial and First Nations agreement is a critical step towards addressing the overrepresentation of Indigenous people in Canada's justice system.
Six months after the fatal heat dome that claimed hundreds of British Columbians' lives, and as long waits for 911 and ambulance service continue to be a problem, the executives at the helm have been replaced on a permanent basis.
Residents in the Ucluelet First Nation on the west coast of Vancouver Island have been warned not to use their household water for anything besides flushing toilets after an underwater water main that serves the community was damaged.