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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.
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.
Four international flights that landed in Vancouver and two domestic flights that landed on Vancouver Island have been added to B.C.'s list of flights with COVID-19 cases on board.
A second resident at a Port Alberni long-term care home has tested positive for COVID-19, Island Health announced Wednesday.
The Comox Valley School District says Lake Trail Community Middle School will be closed to all students and staff for the day due to a “weapons-related threat.”
Police are warning residents of Greater Victoria to be on the lookout for a man who is wanted on a Canada-wide warrant for breaching parole conditions.
British Columbia added 738 cases of COVID-19 to its total Wednesday, as well as 13 more deaths from the disease.
Provincial health officer Dr. Bonnie Henry says she doesn't have any time for those who think wearing a mask makes them ill, or is a limitation of their personal freedom.
Victoria city council has voted against allowing a BC Cannabis store to move into the Bay Centre, a decision that the municipality’s mayor is hoping to have reviewed.
A B.C. school district has launched an investigation after an Indigenous parent shared a video about one of her daughter's school assignments on social media.
A man recorded on a doorbell camera with two large knives that appear to be a machete and meat cleaver is in custody, according to the Vancouver Police Department.
Peter Woods says his restaurant – and other new businesses that have opened since the pandemic began – are at an unfair disadvantage because they can’t qualify for any financial relief from the federal government.
The City of Nanaimo is looking to issue a new “animal responsibility bylaw” that would potentially ban people from letting their cats freely roam outside unattended.
People living in Pacheedaht First Nation need to leave the isolated community for groceries and medical appointments, bringing the risk of COVID-19 back to their tight-knit village each time.
Police in Langford have issued a violation ticket after pulling over a vehicle whose passenger door was reportedly strapped and taped in place.
Police in Victoria say they handed out two tickets for failing to follow COVID-19 safety protocols after a group left a restaurant without paying Monday.
Three Vancouver Island-bound flights had confirmed cases of COVID-19 on board last week, according to the BC Centre for Disease Control.
A cyclist was taken to hospital for non-life threatening injuries after she collided with an opening vehicle door on Wednesday afternoon.
North Vancouver Island Traffic Services seized several loaded firearms during a late-night traffic stop earlier this month.
Police are on the lookout for a costly piece of construction equipment that was stolen from a rural property near Nanaimo.
A hotel worker in Nelson, B.C., suffered a heart attack shortly after a confrontation with a patron who refused to wear a mask and wouldn't leave the hotel's coffee shop.
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