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Northern Vancouver Island has been the epicentre of coronavirus transmission in the Island Health region, recording 60 cases of COVID-19 since the pandemic began.
Laid-off hotel workers started a hunger strike on the front lawn of the B.C. legislature Monday, trying desperately to get the government’s attention.
The federal government and the province have promised to provide funding for BC Ferries through the recently announced Canada Safe Restart Agreement.
Health officials in British Columbia have found 131 more cases of COVID-19 since Friday, bringing the provincial total to 4,065 cases since the pandemic began.
For a few years now, Metchosin sheep farmers have been dealing with a problem bear. It’s been feeding on their livestock and now the mayor of the municipality says he has had enough.
Vancouver Island University (VIU) has appointed Judith Sayers as the university’s new chancellor.
Some pandemic-related measures that ICBC implemented in April are set to expire this month, but the province's attorney general says those measures may be "revisited."
The B.C. government is investing more than $150,000 into mental health and community support training in the Campbell River area.
A landlord has replaced the windows and doors he had previously removed from a rental house in Maple Ridge after the tenant fell behind on the rent.
Mounties in Squamish, B.C., say a man died Monday night after going missing in a popular lake.
A Nanaimo woman says she was shocked when she learned that she had won a $500,000 lottery draw this summer.
Victoria police are investigating a pair of stabbings Sunday night that left two men in hospital, one with life-threatening injuries.
A lost dog that was rescued from a cave on Vancouver Island’s rugged west coast has been returned to its owner after it was missing for more than three months.
Police are investigating a rash of break-ins and thefts at a Saanich long-term care centre.
A new washroom block has opened at the Victoria International Airport, which features a unique pet relief area.
A Lebanese restaurant in Victoria was overwhelmed by the support of the community when it launched a falafel fundraiser for victims of a massive explosion in Beirut over the weekend.
A massive piece of heavy machinery has completed construction on Vancouver Island and is now being prepared to be shipped to the Lower Mainland from the Point Hope Maritime yard in Victoria.
The B.C. government and federal government are providing more than $900,000 to upgrade a new salmon conservation facility in Sooke.
A black bear euthanized in Metro Vancouver this summer had been lured out by people trying to take video, a local wildlife group says.
Two friends headed to the Juan de Fuca trail for an overnight fishing, surfing and camping trip this weekend, when they ended up catching something much bigger than they expected.
Jess Housty’s tomato plants are late to ripen and she’s not impressed. But she’s not alone in her frustration.
The Royal Canadian Navy announced today its sixth Arctic patrol vessel will be named after Lt. Robert Hampton Gray, a Second World War navy hero.
With Vancouver Island's Lebanese community still reeling from the deadly explosion in Beirut on Tuesday, some of its members planned a vigil for Victoria's Inner Harbour Sunday night.
A former member of the University of Victoria's varsity women's rowing team is suing the head coach and the university over allegations of demeaning and aggressive treatment.
Seven types of salsa, prepared salads and sandwiches are among the items made with contaminated onions from the United States that are now being recalled as a result of a Salmonella outbreak across Western Canada.
Mounties in Nanaimo say they've received a dozen different reports of vehicles broken into along a rural road in the last month.
A customer at a Chinese restaurant in B.C.'s Interior was caught on video screaming obscenities and berating the restaurant's staff for allegedly taking too long with his order Friday night.
A longshoreman who pulled out a knife during a fight with a coworker in 2015 now owes the man he stabbed nearly $100,000.
The Vancouver Canucks are back in the NHL playoffs for the first time since 2015, but they didn't do it the easy way.
B.C. health officials have announced 53 new cases of COVID-19, bringing the total number of coronavirus cases in the province to 3,934 since the pandemic began.
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