The B.C. Centre for Disease Control reported 369 people in hospital with COVID-19 in the province on Friday, up roughly 11 per cent from the previous week.
Ahead of the 12 days of Christmas, 12 senior cats who were turned in at the BC SPCA in April have all found their forever homes.
A man in West Kelowna is recovering from minor injuries after being found in the back of a garbage truck, where police say he may have cycled through the compactor twice.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says he and new British Columbia Premier David Eby conferred about ways to counter the “horrific” drug poisoning epidemic.
More snow is in the forecast Friday for British Columbia’s south coast, days after a significant storm that brought rush hour traffic in the Lower Mainland to a standstill.
British Columbia's independent children's representative says too many youngsters with special needs are being shortchanged by government support and assistance programs.
For the second time this week, a threat of a shooting found written in a women's bathroom has forced the evacuation of a Victoria-area school. Saanich and Oak Bay police descended on the University of Victoria campus Friday morning after a message was found written in a women's bathroom in the school's Cornett Building.
A new, first-in-Canada café has opened a permanent location East Vancouver in hopes of filling a gap in care for people who are recovering from substance use, mental illness and homelessness.
Cheers of "Luuuuu!" once again rang out at Vancouver's Rogers Arena on Thursday as the Canucks honoured a trio of former players.
A 15-year-old was arrested in North Vancouver after what authorities are describing as a brazen crime spree in the city Wednesday.
Hockey Canada says there were more than 900 documented or alleged incidents of on-ice discrimination -- verbal taunts, insults and intimidation -- across all levels and age groups during the 2021-22 season.
A Metro Vancouver woman who garnered national attention earlier this year is doing so again, posthumously, in a "disturbing" viral video that has prompted fierce criticism of a Canadian department store.
British Columbia's Medical Services Commission has applied for an injunction against a Telus Health program, alleging its billing model contravenes the province's Medicare Protection Act.
U.S. prosecutors on Thursday asked a judge to dismiss bank fraud and other charges against Meng Wanzhou, the chief financial officer of China's Huawei Technologies whose 2018 arrest strained relations between the U.S. and China.
A worker at the B.C. group home where Traevon Desjarlais was found dead in his closet days after he went missing told a coroner's inquest he checked the teen's room repeatedly – but there was no sign of him.
The murder trial of two inmates accused of killing a Vancouver Island man after escaping a minimum security federal prison took a sudden turn this week.
While B.C. families are now seeing additional savings on child care due to funding that kicked in Thursday, advocates say a lack of staff and spaces may leave providers unable to meet a surge in demand.
ICBC saw a dramatic spike in claims after a snowstorm hit the South Coast – causing crashes, closures and commuter chaos – and the insurer is urging drivers to be better prepared with more snow in the forecast.
A former Vancouver lawyer who failed to recognize "red flags" that should have made him ask more questions about the money he was handling for a client has been fined and suspended for four months.
A city bylaw requires Vancouver property owners to clear the entire width of the sidewalk – right down to the pavement – by 10:00 a.m. the day after a snowfall or risk a hefty fine.
Investigators looking into a late-summer assault in downtown Vancouver are hoping the public can help identify one female suspect.
A B.C. man is planning to take his family on a surprise vacation after finding treasure amongst some trash.
British Columbia is adding 33 new or expanded programs across the province to help young people who are addicted to substances.
When a B.C. metal artist was asked to create a giant sculpture with Elon Musk's head on the body of a goat riding a rocket he had no idea who would want to create such a thing or why.
Rekindling joy in the face of grief is the goal of the 2022 Vancouver Indigenous Fashion Week, which is returning to the city after a two-year hiatus due to COVID-19.
A B.C. woman who recently won $100,000 on a scratch-and-win ticket plans to spend the windfall on skydiving and spoiling her grandchildren
Decades after abortion was decriminalized in Canada, a new survey suggests the majority of citizens think it’s time to codify access in law.
An Abbotsford police officer was caught on camera punching a man twice in the face during the course of an arrest this weekend, prompting a review by the department and a provincial watchdog.
A landlord's attempt to evict a renter from a home in B.C.'s Lower Mainland over thousands of dollars in unpaid utilities has been rejected due to vague wording in their tenancy agreement.
WestJet has declined to provide compensation to passengers who were stuck in a sweltering airplane cabin in Jamaica last month, claiming the flight was cancelled because of 'a security-related incident' outside the airline's control.
Mounties in North Vancouver say they are investigating a "virtual kidnapping" that briefly convinced a local man his wife had been taken hostage Tuesday.
Renters in Vancouver are being warned about a scam involving AirBnb listings being presented as though they're available to rent longer term.
High interest rates are continuing to have a cooling effect on B.C.'s residential real estate market, as sales slump, active listings plateau and average prices dip.
A new forecast from the BC Real Estate Association is predicting that home sales and prices in the province will continue their decline this year and into 2023.
A developer is proposing 439 rental homes in two towers with a six-storey podium between them in Vancouver's rapidly changing Oakridge neighbourhood.
An Edmonton dog with anxiety has landed a job as an office dog, thanks to a Reddit post. Market Tkach explains.
A spokesman for the chair of an all-party parliamentary group says it is "carefully" reviewing how it handles events with outside events after a newspaper publisher accused of holding antisemitic views took part in a recent gathering.
The Bank of Canada is expected to conclude a historic year marked by high inflation and aggressive monetary policy tightening with one more interest rate hike on Wednesday.
A mass shooting survivor and spokeswoman for gun-control group PolySeSouvient says it is 'incredibly disrespectful' for firearm rights advocates to invoke the group's name in a merchandise sale discount code.
A U.S. woman was killed and four other passengers injured when a massive wave struck the Viking Polaris cruise ship while it was sailing toward the port of Ushuaia in southern Argentina on an Antarctic cruise, authorities said.
Twitter has suspended rapper Ye after he tweeted a picture of a swastika merged with the Star of David.
The deaths of four University of Idaho students nearly three weeks ago have riled up thousands of would-be armchair sleuths, many of whom are posting speculation and unfounded rumors about the fatal stabbings online.
After 300 hours of testimony, 9,000 exhibits and a few major revelations, the public portion of on investigation into the first-ever use of the Emergencies Act ended Friday with a deep dive into questions about government accountability and transparency.