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British Columbia added 911 new cases of COVID-19 on Friday, marking a new single-day record for the province.
An Indigenous mother grappling with the devastating loss of both of her children just months apart is calling for change and answers.
One man is in custody facing potential charges of uttering threats and assault with a weapon after police say he refused to wear a mask inside a Victoria grocery store.
Black Friday is back, but this year – under a pandemic – the retail landscape is all new.
A youth has been arrested after a weapons threat forced a school in Courtenay to close Thursday.
Firefighters were still on scene late Friday afternoon on Mountain View Drive, where a neighbour says he heard fire trucks coming up the street around 11 a.m.
Health officials have declared another COVID-19 exposure at a Victoria school.
BC Transit is letting customers know that face masks are now mandatory at covered bus stops while passengers are waiting to be picked up.
Police have arrested four individuals who allegedly robbed a man at gunpoint, assaulted him and tried to set his belongings on fire on Thursday morning.
A single-vehicle crash in Vic West claimed the life of one person early Friday morning.
A Victoria woman is facing charges of dangerous driving and failing to stop at the scene of an accident after Oak Bay police stopped a vehicle driving on the beach Tuesday.
Mounties in Campbell River are asking everyone to be understanding as the provincial government rolls out its mandatory mask policy amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
The RCMP surrounded a townhouse unit in Campbell River Thursday night after a report of someone brandishing a handgun.
Those wondering if they might have had COVID-19 earlier in the pandemic and didn't realize it can now get a test to find out.
A Vancouver Island animal sanctuary says it is the first farm animal sanctuary in Canada to receive accreditation by the Global Federation of Animal Sanctuaries (GFAS), an internationally recognized accreditor.
Self-described "nerd" John Horgan flashed a Vulcan salute while being sworn in as B.C.'s 36th premier on Thursday, but said the gesture was purely accidental.
Some passengers passing through the Vancouver International Airport will have the option as of Friday of taking part in a COVID-19 rapid testing study.
British Columbia added 887 cases of COVID-19 to its total on Thursday, setting a new daily record for the province.
British Columbia Premier John Horgan announced his new cabinet Thursday, one month after the B.C. NDP won a majority government in the 2020 provincial election.
Staff at the Sooke Food Bank say the number of families needing the services they provide has increased by more than 30 per cent since the beginning of the pandemic.
Vancouver Island University (VIU) has been awarded a $50,000 federal grant to develop a psychedelic medicine-assisted therapy program using the drug ketamine.
An early morning fire at a homeless encampment at a regional park in Parksville has forced the city to temporarily close the area for safety reasons.
Chantel Moore’s family is in mourning after her brother died by suicide just months after Chantel’s death during a wellness check by police in New Brunswick.
Nanaimo RCMP are seeking the public’s assistance in identifying a man who allegedly stole several backpacks from a daycare on Tuesday morning.
A major street in Beacon Hill Park will reopen to vehicle traffic, the City of Victoria announced Thursday.
Police and volunteer rescuers are searching for a man who went missing from a Saanich mental health facility three weeks ago.
Environment Canada has issued a rainfall warning and wind warning for parts of Vancouver Island Thursday.
Another dispute over B.C.'s mandatory mask policy erupted into violence this week at a Walmart in the remote community of Dawson Creek.
Four residents of Richmond and a man from Yukon have been charged in a "large-scale alleged immigration fraud scheme," according to the Canada Border Services Agency.
Several international flights that landed in Vancouver and three domestic flights that landed on Vancouver Island have been added to B.C.'s list of flights with COVID-19 cases on board.
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