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Mounties on Vancouver Island are asking the public for help identifying a man suspected of stabbing a store clerk in Courtenay Friday night before stealing money and cigarettes.
By the end of the day Friday, the NDP government had sent out 23 emails to the media with announcements about funding and various projects, ranging from extending temporary patios for a year to health care and childcare programs.
A Victoria brewery struck gold at the 2020 Canadian Brewing Awards last weekend.
Former prime minister John Turner, whose odyssey from a "Liberal dream in motion" to a political anachronism spanned 30 years, has died at the age of 91.
An air quality advisory that had been in place for more than 10 days in Metro Vancouver and the Fraser Valley has been cancelled, Metro Vancouver said Saturday.
The patio permits will be extended by a full year, and the rule allowing restaurants to sell alcohol with take-out will be extended to March 31, 2021.
There are about 14,000 abandoned wells in B.C. that are either dormant or orphaned.
Civil trials will instead be heard by a judge alone and neither side will be allowed to adjourn unless the judge orders it.
Three more people have died of COVID-19 in B.C., and 139 new cases have been discovered, health officials announced Friday.
Students who are struggling during the pandemic are getting an extra helping hand as they return to post-secondary studies at Camosun College.
The man charged with first-degree murder in the 2017 death of Nanaimo teen Makayla Chang made his first court appearance in the case Friday.
An eight-acre parcel of land has been purchased in Colwood to serve as the future site of a new Royal BC Museum collections and research facility.
The B.C. government is looking to improve public and active transportation, as part of its long-term South Island transportation plan.
One of the researchers who helped develop B.C.'s new gargle test for COVID-19 says it works for adults as well as children.
While the B.C. government is still committed to implementing year-round daylight saving time, the change will not be happening this year.
South Island residents may have awoken to fresh air for the first time in over a week Friday, according to the B.C. government’s Air Quality Health Index (AQHI).
A 34-year-old woman was arrested for impaired driving and had her vehicle impounded early Friday morning following a hit-and-run in Colwood.
Mounties in Nanaimo are investigating a parking-lot assault on a 70-year-old South Asian who was punched so hard his turban was knocked from his head.
The province’s 20th urgent and primary care centre will open in the Saanich area in November, the B.C. government announced Friday.
The British Columbia Teachers' Federation is asking the Labour Relations Board to address its concerns about health and safety measures during the COVID-19 pandemic.
A new nurse practitioner primary care clinic is scheduled to open in Victoria at the end of the month.
The B.C. government says the McKenzie Interchange highway project is “substantially complete,” four years after construction began.
Public Safety Minister Bill Blair says the partial closure of the border with the United States is being extended another month, to Oct. 21.
Health officials have confirmed 165 more cases of COVID-19 in British Columbia in the last 24 hours, marking a new high for a single-day period.
B.C.’s tourism industry has been asking for a $680 million government funding package to save struggling businesses. Instead the province is pledging $100 million.
One person has died as a result of a two-vehicle crash just north of Courtenay Thursday night.
A man charged with first degree murder in the death of Vancouver Island teen, Makayla Chang, will make his first virtual appearance in a Nanaimo courtroom Friday.
Young people who need to get COVID-19 tested in British Columbia no longer have to worry about the discomfort of a nasal swab, health officials announced Thursday.
Military police at Canadian Forces Base Comox are asking the public for help identifying two people who they say may have information relevant to an ongoing investigation.
Police are investigating after dozens of replica firearms and a .303 rifle were seized from a home in Langford Tuesday.
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