The union representing Victoria police officers is calling on the city and provincial government to address rising challenges with homelessness and mental health issues after an officer was threatened by a man with a metal pipe last weekend.
Despite some calling for B.C. to increase its use of rapid tests as a way to prevent further spread of COVID-19, the province's top doctor says there are very specific situations when health authorities will use one.
Dentists, teachers and bus drivers are among the essential workers who hope to receive the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine in British Columbia, as a provincial committee determines who should be prioritized for the shot.
A West Shore mother is making waves on the internet after sharing a social media posting asking why cannabis use is met with considerable stigma, while other substances – like alcohol – are seen in a different light.
The Tsartlip First Nation (TFN) is voicing its anger towards a local MLA and nation member who made a social media post claiming that the community would be receiving COVID-19 vaccines due to an ongoing outbreak.
Casey and Finnegan, the iconic puppets of the children's television series “Mr. Dressup,” took their first boat ride in a Facebook movie premiere to help promote the 2021 Herring Fest on Hornby Island.
B.C.'s top doctor is apologizing to residents who had scheduled appointments for a second dose of COVID-19 vaccine postponed as a result of the province's decision to extend the gap between doses to four months.
One of Canada’s most famous dessert treats, the Nanaimo Bar, was recently featured in the New York Times' online cooking page, and has subsequently sparked a playful online debate about its authenticity among Canadians.