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Health officials say 12 cases of COVID-19 were identified in the Vancouver Island region over the weekend.
A Victoria business owner says no one was harmed after a vehicle crashed through the front windows of his store on Monday afternoon.
Three Greater Victoria eateries have temporarily shuttered their doors due to COVID-19 exposures that occurred last week.
Victoria police say a woman was arrested Sunday after she reportedly attacked a man with a hammer and then barricaded herself away from police.
His Facebook page is filled with memes about having a good heart and doing the right thing, but a Cowichan Bay man had that unfortunately backfire on him Monday morning.
B.C. is moving ahead in its COVID-19 restart plan and lifting more restrictions on Tuesday.
BC Ferries says it's excited to reopen its vessels to recreational travellers as B.C. transitions into Step 2 of its recovery plan.
An inquest into the police-custody death of an 18-year-old Vancouver Island woman will be held in Port Alberni next week, nearly five years after she died.
The website, which includes travel schedules and reservations, stopped operating due to “technical difficulties,” according to a booking agent that CTV News Vancouver spoke with by phone.
The B.C. government is relaxing more COVID-19 restrictions this week, and the next few days could determine whether additional measures are lifted in July.
The expansion and completion of seismic safety upgrades at the historic Victoria High School have been delayed by one year, until September 2023.
The organizers of Victoria's Olympic qualifying men's basketball tournament are asking for limited amounts of spectators at the games.
The new Urgent and Primary Care Centre in Esquimalt will not open in its permanent location until December, but it will begin serving patients from a temporary location on Monday.
The British Columbia Liberal Party says last fall's election defeat was caused by factors that included an unenthusiastic campaign platform, an uncomfortable leader and widespread perception within the party it was destined to lose.
In a statement, the group says the three people from the Vancouver chapter are going on a hunger strike to 'demand appropriate action on old-growth logging and climate change.'
The video showing Cory drumming beside the ocean is the last thing he’d imagine he’d be doing, if you’d asked him a few years ago.
Police in B.C.'s capital are asking the public for help finding a dog that ran away after its owner was attacked at random in the city Friday night.
The Grade 12 class at Handsworth Secondary school in North Vancouver has spent its entire year under COVID-19 protocols.
A tugboat assisting in towing a barge with two homes on it ended up capsizing near Point Holmes off Comox, Vancouver Island.
Police enforcing a court injunction against anti-logging protesters in an old-growth forest on Vancouver Island arrested eight more people on Saturday, including two minors.
Two new housing projects have just been launched in Sooke and Victoria, with some of the units earmarked as affordable housing, according to the B.C. government.
Climate activist group Extinction Rebellion held a sit-in at a busy Vancouver intersection on Saturday afternoon in protest of old-growth logging on Vancouver Island.
A national class action lawsuit against the pharmaceutical companies behind Alesse birth control will go forward in B.C. courts.
A plan by the City of Vancouver to gain Health Canada approval to decriminalize small amounts of illicit drugs has won support from the mayors of seven other British Columbia cities.
B.C. Health officials say 13 new cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed in the Vancouver Island region Friday.
A group of protesters vandalized a statue of Queen Victoria at the B.C. legislature on Friday.
A Saanich massage therapist entered guilty pleas to four voyeurism charges on Friday after he recorded images of women without their consent.
A commercial clam fish harvester who co-owns an aquaculture licence in the Courtenay area has been fined $10,000 after being convicted of eight counts of violating the Canada's Fisheries Act.
A 40-foot-long humpback whale that was entangled in prawning gear off Vancouver Island was freed by specialists on Thursday.
The Nanaimo Aboriginal Centre is leading efforts to launch B.C.’s first urban Indigenous school, as two Indigenous learning centres express concerns about consolidating into the local school district.
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