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A family on Vancouver Island has been displaced by fire, and the local mayor says it's not the first time.
British Columbia is providing $8.6 million in grants for communities and families dealing with gun and gang violence.
The battle against COVID-19 on Vancouver Island is going better than it has since last fall, according to Dr. Richard Stanwick, Island Health’s chief medical health officer.
The owner of a restaurant in Field, B.C., said Albertans accounted for about 80 per cent of her customers last year.
The new cases were among 722 cases found across British Columbia over the past 24 hours, bringing the provincial total to 134,341 cases since the pandemic began.
British Columbia's minister of mental health and addictions says a suspected overdose death of a 12-year-old girl from Vancouver Island is driving the government 'to do more and do better.'
A 35-year-old woman remains in hospital Friday following a serious truck crash this week on the Nanaimo Parkway.
B.C.'s top doctor is defending her office's handling of COVID-19 data in the wake of leaked documents showing considerably more information than the province has previously released.
Mounties on Vancouver Island arranged a hasty escort Friday to guide a wandering black bear off the streets and back into the bush.
Drivers in downtown Victoria will soon be getting a break on parking fees with an extra hour of free parking in city parkades.
Darrell never expected to be doing this again. He assumed it would all be history by now.
The saga of a Victoria cat that was reported stolen, and then simply missing, has come to a happy conclusion.
Mounties on Vancouver Island are warning residents after a cougar was spotted Thursday near Duncan.
James “Stocky” Edwards is considered to be Canada’s greatest living fighter pilot, as well as a devoted conservationist.
Protests in the forest around Fairy Creek reached a boiling point on Tuesday, and it was caught on video.
A new sightseeing platform on Vancouver Island is set to open this summer near the Malahat summit.
Provincial health officials identified 17 new cases of COVID-19 in the Vancouver Island region Thursday.
Visitor restrictions, PPE and physical distancing all make the work Victoria Hospice does harder, while limits on gatherings have made fundraising a challenge.
The latest map of cumulative COVID-19 cases in B.C. since the start of the pandemic shows just a handful of regions that have been hit the hardest over time.
Saanich police say they are investigating after a youth was sent to hospital following a violent incident Thursday.
B.C.'s unemployment rates have increased slightly for the first time since January, a change that B.C.'s jobs minister says shows the impact of recent public health orders meant to curb the spread of COVID-19.
Homicide investigators were combing through a Port Alberni apartment building Thursday, looking for evidence in the city’s latest murder.
Nanaimo RCMP are on the lookout for a person of interest after a suspicious fire caused "considerable damage" to a local Dollarama in March.
Mounties on Vancouver Island have seized several guns, vehicles and three ounces of cocaine following an investigation of two properties in Saanich and Sooke.
Victoria police say a woman who was believed to have stolen a neighbourhood cat near the Victoria HarbourCats offices has been cleared of any wrongdoing.
Provincial health officer Dr. Bonnie Henry announced during a news conference on Thursday that the province had seen its first case of vaccine-induced immune thrombotic thrombocytopenia - or VITT.
A Victoria-based video game studio has been acquired by Electronic Arts and will be joining the company's EA Sports division.
Victoria police are investigating a bank robbery in the city’s downtown core.
The Sooke School District (SD62) is the first jurisdiction in B.C. to introduce electric school buses to its fleet.
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