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A Victoria bellhop used more than 62,000 Lego blocks to recreate the Chateau Victoria hotel.
Betty Brussel would never have imagined that — at 98 years old — people would ask to pose with her poolside.
Like the Three Stooges worked for laughs on screen, and the Three Musketeers fought for justice in France, these three ducks were born to eat slugs on a farm.
Jamie Lone quit riding his motorcycle after a devastating crash that left him with a traumatic brain injury and mental health issues. Since he got his dog Joe, however, he's found the strength to ride again.
British Columbia's Bert ter Hart is canoeing solo across Canada. Over the past five months, with no electronic navigation, he has paddled and portaged over the Rockies, across the prairies and now through Ontario.
A Victoria librarian was inspired to make a global impact by picking up litter on his walks during the pandemic, and has inspired garbage-grabbers around the world, from Australia to the U.K.
After suffering a brain injury and spending six weeks in a coma when he was 17, Darren More has found a new outlet for his athletic pursuits: The golf course.
"There’s absolutely no feeling in the world like it." Adam finds out why a 79-year-old man started constructing little free libraries.
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Hereditary chiefs of the Wet'suwet'en First Nation and their supporters are planning a rally at the B.C. legislature on Tuesday to "make an important announcement" about their efforts to stop a natural gas pipeline under construction on their territory.
B.C.'s only remaining wildfire of note is unlikely to spread, officials say, and will be reclassified Monday morning.
The City of Victoria has opened its first neighbourhood electric vehicle fast charging station as part of a program to expand green infrastructure across the city.
After months of preparation, the 25th annual Cops for Cancer Tour de Rock is officially underway.
B.C. residents who were in Atlantic Canada when post-tropical storm Fiona struck are now sharing their frightening experiences.
A Victoria man convicted of drug dealing was not entrapped by police, according to a recent B.C. Supreme Court ruling.
A Vancouver-based cryptocurrency company has been ordered to pay its creditors more than $2 million after a judge found it had breached its contract by failing to build a hosting facility for cryptocurrency mining equipment in Manitoba.
Police in Kelowna say they have arrested a driver who ran over a man at a homeless encampment in the city overnight.
A shocking video shows the devastating impact of post-tropical storm Fiona on the town of Isle aux Morts, N.L., as the sea overtakes land and scatters wood, tires and boats across the beach.
Clothing rental has become more mainstream over the last decade with the rise of the sharing economy, but the COVID-19 pandemic wasn't kind to these types of retailers. As pandemic restrictions lifted, however, some Canadian rental businesses saw a boost in traffic.
Victoria police will close roads and install temporary surveillance cameras in the vicinity of the provincial legislature Sunday as officers from around the province gather for the annual Law Enforcement Memorial.
Vulnerable youth in the Capital Region will benefit from an upcoming fundraiser, part of a national event to raise money for a variety of charities across the county.
A new study says reduced access to HIV services during early COVID-19 lockdowns in British Columbia was associated with a "sharp increase" in HIV transmission among some drug users.
Musqueam Chief Wayne Sparrow was blown away when he saw the results of the collaboration with EA Sports.