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Ninety-one additional cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed in British Columbia over the last 24 hours, but there have been no additional deaths, health officials announced Wednesday.
Special weather statements, wind warnings and severe thunderstorm watches were in effect for many areas of B.C.’s southern coast Wednesday.
The Tofino Resort and Marina is hosting a catch and release fishing derby this upcoming weekend to help raise money for wild salmon conservation.
Here’s a question for you, do you know the difference between the symptoms of the common flu compared to COVID-19?
Mounties in Campbell River say they are investigating a bizarre incident in which a man was deliberately set on fire while sleeping outside.
The Comox Valley RCMP are warning parents to be on the lookout after police received a report of a pair of men approaching children in a “suspicious white van.”
The newest southern resident killer whale calf to be born off B.C. has been confirmed as male, according to the Centre for Whale Research.
Police in Victoria are warning the public about a dramatic rise in break-ins at underground parkades, garages, storage spaces and construction site lockers.
Search and rescue crews sprang to action after a houseboat started sinking off B.C.'s Gulf Islands over the weekend.
Police in Victoria have released images of a man they suspect of stealing a scooter belonging to a Special Olympics athlete.
Streaming giant Netflix will begin filming a new television series, The Maid, in the Royal Beach area of Colwood this month.
Oak Bay is a small municipality but its police department’s Twitter account is relatively large in comparison.
The president of the Union of B.C. Municipalities says B.C.'s larger cities have been harder hit financially by the COVID-19 pandemic than smaller ones.
Dale is sorting through logs, gathering materials to create a creature not unlike the mythical ones from his past.
"It’s kinda like 'Where's Waldo'?" Adam finds out why a trio of 'yarn-bombed' trees in Saanich is set to unravel.
Health officials in British Columbia identified 96 new cases of COVID-19 on Tuesday, bringing the provincial total to 8,304 since the pandemic began.
British Columbia's top doctor says she's been the victim of death threats after taking on the role as the public face of the province's response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
There were 147 suspected drug overdose deaths last month in B.C., or an average of 4.7 people each day in August.
Several agencies are now investigating following the sudden death of a man at a construction site in downtown Victoria Tuesday.
Tuesday was the first full day of the B.C. provincial election campaign and NDP leader John Horgan was in North Vancouver where he continued to defend his decision to call a snap election.
They still can't get the green-light to fight any fires in their home province, but Port Alberni's Coulson Group continues to send more aircraft down south.
Vancouver Island residents hoping to get tested for COVID-19 may have run into lengthy wait times or complete disconnects when trying to contact the Island Health COVID-19 call centre this week.
British Columbia's top doctor says the resurgence the province is seeing in COVID-19 cases could be a second wave, but she believes the illness can be suppressed heading into the fall.
British Columbia's top electoral officials are preparing for a flood of mail-in ballots that could delay key election results for weeks as many voters are expected to avoid the polls in the B.C. general election next month.
More than two dozen Victoria buildings will be bathed in red lights on Tuesday in support of the Canadian events and entertainment industry, which has been devastated by the COVID-19 pandemic.
The West Shore RCMP are investigating after at least five vehicles were broken into at a View Royal condo building Sunday.
After playing and practising for more than 50 years as the Saanich Junior Braves, the team will henceforth be known as the Saanich Predators, the team announced Tuesday.
Police in Nanaimo say they have dealt a blow to a known drag-racing and stunting site near the south end of the city last week.
Environment Canada is warning of potential downpours and periods of strong wind across multiple areas of Vancouver Island beginning Tuesday.
Travellers looking to plan a trip aboard a BC Ferries vessel can now book, plan and pay for their ferry ticket on BC Ferries’ new “mobile-friendly” website.
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