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The B.C. government is expanding its fight against price gouging at the province's fuel pumps by targeting the wholesale market, including fuel buyers, importers, distributors and storage companies.
Mounties on Vancouver Island say they will be closely monitoring a large motorcycle gathering planned for this weekend.
More than a dozen artists are coming together for a mural painting event in downtown Victoria on Friday.
A B.C.-born actor has answered the premier's call for help. In a message on Twitter Friday, Ryan Reynolds wrote to John Horgan, addressing a request from the province's leader to help spread his COVID-19 message.
A woman has been arrested following multiple break-ins and an hours-long standoff in the Burnside Gorge area on Thursday evening.
Seventy-eight additional cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed in British Columbia in the last 24 hours, health officials said Thursday.
The province issued a reminder for renters Friday about a framework set up earlier in the pandemic: they'll soon be expected to pay up.
Students are returning to classrooms on Sept. 10, and that has parents with children attending Victoria's South Park Elementary School in James Bay concerned.
Parents of U.S. students who study in B.C. schools want their children to be allowed into the province on a daily basis.
A Parksville man has been arrested after a bloodied stabbing victim walked through the doors of the Oceanside RCMP detachment on Monday.
One suspect is in custody and at least one other person is still at large after the conclusion of an hours-long standoff in Victoria Thursday, police say.
A mid-island resident is facing a hefty fine after conservation officers ticketed them for unlawfully keeping a fawn.
A local business employee sustained potentially life-altering injuries while trying to stop an alleged theft, according to Victoria police.
The B.C. government is extending temporary layoff allowances for some employers during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Nanaimo RCMP are searching for witnesses after a man sustained serious injuries in an assault Monday morning.
Speaking bluntly during a news conference Thursday, B.C.'s health minister issued warnings for event hosts, and a suggestion to friends thinking of attending those parties.
A one-and-a-half-metre python that was missing in Victoria for six weeks has been found.
The University of Victoria (UVic) has chosen a new president to helm the position for the next five years.
Despite successful trials in early July and a small string of subsequent fires in the province, BC Wildfire Branch hasn’t continued the trials of Canada’s first night-flying firefighting helicopter.
The province is investing millions of dollars in an initiative meant to help youth dealing with addictions in British Columbia.
Health officials have identified 85 more cases of COVID-19 in British Columbia over the last 24 hours, the largest single-day increase in coronavirus cases the province has seen since April 25.
A growing number of parents in B.C. are looking to keep their kids at home during the school year.
Metro Vancouver's anonymous crime tips hotline is now taking tips about animal abuse in the region, as well.
Two deckhands say they are happy to be alive after turning down a job on a B.C. fishing vessel that sunk off the coast of Vancouver Island, claiming the lives of two people aboard on Tuesday.
Staff at a local appliance business are raising the alarm as a homeless encampment grows against the wall of the store.
In a recent poll by Insights West, 49 per cent of parents surveyed indicated they were not comfortable with the plan.
Oceanside RCMP are issuing a warning to people living in the Parksville-Qualicum Beach area after two residents came forward saying they were victims of online scams totalling $85,000.
The B.C. government will be hiring 500 more public health staff members to help support contact tracing efforts amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Victoria tennis community is mourning the sudden loss of one of its favorite members and plans to honour him in a fitting way.
After Tuesday’s news of the sinking of the Arctic Fox II and the loss of two lives, the tight-knit community of Cowichan Bay is grieving.
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