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Avalanche Canada is encouraging people venturing outdoors to stick to simple terrain until the new snow has settled.
People in the area tell CTV News search teams have been scouring the water near Shelter Point and Stories Beach.
An Alberta-based whisky distributor says "archaic" liquor policies in British Columbia are limiting the range of products consumers can access.
Thousands of Canadian women looked to the future while acknowledging the past on Saturday as they took to the streets for a second co-ordinated round of protest marches.
The new policy applies to the smoking of tobacco and any other substances, including the use of e-cigarettes.
The body of Sachdeep Singh Dhoot, 18, was found in a Pontiac Sunfire in East Vancouver Thursday.
The Grand Hotel in Nanaimo had specialty whisky seized, while in Victoria, Little Jumbo and the Union Club received surprise visits.
Dr. John Bindernagel, a wildlife biologist, passed away Wednesday night after losing his battle with cancer.
The upgrades include additional bus pullouts, safety signs and a new two-lane bridge on Gillespie Road.
Nearly a quarter of the 829 British Columbians polled said their opinion of the NDP leader has worsened.
Unifor says the unionized handyDART workers have voted 97 per cent in favour of a strike if necessary.
So far, efforts to catch it have been unsuccessful.
Tilray's announcement comes after Shoppers signed similar deals last year with Aphria Inc. and MedReleaf.
A private, men-only Facebook group that was used to flood multiple B.C. businesses with offensive reviews and circulate intimate images of women without consent has been taken offline.
A Nova Scotia veterinarian is calling a promise from a B.C. college to study the impacts of cat declawing bans in other jurisdictions "a stalling tactic."
A federal transportation watchdog must take a fresh look at a consumer advocate's complaint on behalf of obese airline passengers, the Supreme Court of Canada says.
The District of Tofino announced it was shutting down all of its beaches due to the hazardous conditions.
In a decision late last year, the ALC denied the society's request for rezoning to build temporary housing for up to 40 people.
The company says it has no idea why the suggestion gained so much steam, but comments appeared to be streaming in from around the world.
The illness begins with children developing a persistent cough, which can be followed by gagging or vomiting.
The appointment of a minister of loneliness in the United Kingdom to tackle social isolation is an acknowledgement of a problem Canadian experts say needs to be addressed here as well.
Police found two women seated in front of the building's main entrance with chains locking up the doors.
Officers were called to the 1900-block of Douglas Street on Jan. 7 after a man reportedly caused mischief to a business.
In the end, Toronto was the only Canadian city to make the short list.
Police say the report of the collision came in around 6 p.m.
The video shows the 13-year-old inside a Tim Hortons just hours before her body was discovered.
Aquarium president John Nightingale said the fight over keeping whales and dolphins has become too big a distraction from their conservation efforts.
Island Health says workers on the front lines are finding the same amount or even fewer discarded needles on Victoria streets.
The theft was caught by surveillance cameras at Sexy Kitten Boutique after-hours last Wednesday.