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BC Ferries cancelled several sailings between Vancouver Island and the Lower Mainland on Monday because of ongoing mechanical issues on one of its ships.
Two seniors from Fanny Bay were found by Comox Valley Search and Rescue after getting lost while mushroom picking Sunday evening.
The COVID-19 travel restrictions in place at the Canada-U.S. land border will remain in effect until Nov. 21 at least.
The Queen of Alberni is experiencing a problem with its controllable pitch propellor, BC Ferries said in a statement Sunday.
Police in Victoria are thanking the public for their help in locating the suspect in a "very brazen" break-in that took place Saturday morning.
British Columbia residents won't learn the results of next Saturday's snap election for at least two weeks after polls close thanks to the need to count hundreds of thousands of mail-in ballots by hand.
British Columbia NDP Leader John Horgan is promising further action to protect and revitalize the province's wild salmon stocks.
With campaigning moving online during B.C.’s pandemic election, video calls have played a prominent role, causing stumbles by candidates of many stripes.
Family and friends want answers after a man was attacked outside a bank in Campbell River Thursday and later died.
The Queen of Oak Bay was operating 41 minutes behind schedule on the route between Nanaimo's Departure Bay and West Vancouver's Horseshoe Bay terminals Saturday morning, BC Ferries said.
The leaders of British Columbia's main political parties have kicked off their final week of campaigning before the election set for next Saturday.
Victoria police say 41-year-old Cameron Ratelle was released in the city Friday afternoon.
The party says more than $441,000 has been raised in the first 15 days of October, beating its previous record of just over $339,000, set in April 2017 before the last election.
Tammy Loehndorf of Prince George says she decided to take action after hearing from parents and teachers that they were unhappy with the current regulations around COVID-19 at schools.
British Columbia has added 155 more COVID-19 cases and one more death to its total in the last 24 hours, health officials said Friday.
The Capital Regional District (CRD) is cleaning up on Friday after diluted sewage spilled out of the Residual Treatment Facility at the Hartland Landfill.
An Ontario-based whisky distillery has created a new “Nanaimo Bar Cream” liqueur which is reportedly “flying off shelves” across the country.
A Victoria police officer has been cleared of any wrongdoing by the province’s police watchdog after a woman was shot and killed with less-lethal projectiles on Christmas Day in 2019.
A man has been taken into custody after a lengthy standoff at a downtown Victoria apartment building.
A dashcam video has captured the moment that a dissatisfied customer apparently threw a cup of hot coffee at a McDonald’s employee in Nanaimo.
New Democrat Leader John Horgan says the resignation of Liberal candidate Laurie Throness for his inappropriate comments represents a failure of Liberal party leadership.
Victoria police say a man who was wanted on a Canada-wide warrant was arrested Friday.
Several pharmacies in Greater Victoria that CTV News spoke with have run out of flu shots and are hoping for additional supplies in the coming weeks.
British Columbia’s New Democrats say a re-elected NDP government would provide $150,000 to help bring a new film studio to Greater Victoria.
Yvonne shows me a video of Romeo arriving, stepping out of the water with his large webbed feet, raising his long white neck and greeting her with a trio of honks.
Several flights that landed in Vancouver and Victoria have been added to the B.C. Centre for Disease Control's list of COVID-19 exposures.
A Victoria woman is facing hefty fines and had her vehicle impounded for 30 days after she was spotted allegedly driving impaired on the Trans-Canada Highway Thursday.
The B.C. New Democrats continue to hold a comfortable lead in opinion polls as the election enters its final stretch before general voting day, according to the Angus Reid Institute.
The city announced a new online application portal Friday, saying the tool will make it faster and more convenient to obtain new business licences or renew existing licences.
Patrol officers were called to Central Park, in the 2200-block of Quadra Street, at approximately 11:30 p.m. Wednesday.
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