The City of Mission is dealing with mudslides, water issues and an evacuation order due to B.C.’s flooding emergency.
With Alberta announcing adults over age 60 can start booking a COVID-19 booster shot – and Ontario expected to announce a similar move for those over 50 on Thursday – pressure is mounting on B.C. health officials to do the same as concerns over the Omicron variant continue to grow.
The Abbotsford School District was left scrambling after two schools had to be closed due to flooding damage from the recent storms.
The latest storm to reach southwestern B.C. has prompted a string of new evacuation orders, while some Abbotsford residents have been allowed to return home for the first time in days.
While B.C.'s NDP government is running ads promoting its policy for old growth forests and its relationships with First Nations, several Indigenous leaders are speaking out to criticize the province's approach.
British Columbia has recorded another 375 cases of COVID-19 and seven related deaths, according to the B.C. Centre for Disease Control's online dashboard.
Addressing concerns about lengthy wait times faced by callers needing emergency assistance, B.C.'s provider of 911 services says it's implementing a new process, but the operators themselves are against the idea.
With a large portion of the City of Abbotsford still underwater Wednesday, monthly precipitation totals confirmed what was easy to see on the ground: The city got a historic amount of rain last month.
A ski resort in B.C.'s Interior is apologizing for comments one of its executives made to local media about the impact of essential travel restrictions for Highway 3 on the tourism industry as the province attempts to recover from devastating floods.
More than a year after cyclist Dafne Toumbanakis was struck and killed at the outset of a ride across Canada, a driver has been criminally charged.
Police are hoping the public can help identify a suspect after a woman was allegedly sexually assaulted at a Vancouver SkyTrain station over the weekend.
In the latest of a string of bizarre weather events in B.C., parts of the province may see some of the warmest December temperatures on record Wednesday.
Police are investigating a hit-and-run near Science World that left a woman with "serious and life-altering injuries" last weekend, and which possibly involved a grey Audi.
A shooting reported in Surrey, B.C., earlier this week is now a homicide investigation following the death of the victim.
RCMP in Merritt, B.C., are asking for the public’s help to identify the remains of a man whose body was found near the city in late September 2019.
More than 200 mill workers in Powell River, B.C., are out of a job Wednesday after Paper Excellence announced the indefinite end of operations at its Catalyst Paper tiskwat mill.
Mounties in the town of Osoyoos in the Okanagan Valley are asking for the public’s help in locating several pieces of stolen art.
An American man has been arrested following the alleged luring of a Canadian teenager.
Indigenous leaders and experts in British Columbia outlined their concerns Wednesday over the provincial government's process to save old-growth forests, while underscoring the urgency to preserve at-risk ecosystems.
With dozens of weather warnings still in effect during a lull in the latest storm striking southern and coastal British Columbia, officials say it's hard to tell what the impact will be when it's all over.
RCMP are investigating a late-night fatal crash in the South Surrey area that shut down part of a local roadway.
A Western Australian man has been charged after an international police investigation, which started in Canada, resulted in the seizure of several kilograms of methamphetamine hidden inside a painting.
A pair of fishing guides are being credited for their work saving an endangered sturgeon trapped by the catastrophic floodwaters in B.C.'s Fraser Valley.
An exemption in place worshippers in British Columbia was changed Tuesday as the province confirmed its first case of the concerning Omicron variant of COVID-19.
With COVID-19 transmission and vaccination rates changing across B.C., regional health orders are also shifting through the upcoming holiday season, the province's top doctor announced Tuesday.
One case of the concerning Omicron COVID-19 variant has been confirmed in British Columbia, health officials announced Tuesday.
Extensive efforts were made over the weekend and early this week to hold back floodwaters in Abbotsford, B.C., including the use of a Tiger Dam along Highway 1.
Plastic shopping bags will be banned in Vancouver in the New Year and consumers will have to pay extra for paper bags and single use cups.
Canadians and B.C. residents have dug down deep. In less than two weeks, the Red Cross has raised more than $12 million in donations for B.C. flood victims.
Small business have already been squeezed hard by the pandemic and now they are being squeezed by storage fees at the port through no fault of their own.
In what the province describes as an effort to protect consumers, legislation is being drafted that would require "cooling off periods" in the sale of some B.C. homes.
The modest plans of two recent B.C. lottery winners highlight the challenge would-be homeowners face in the current real estate market.
A Surrey man has been fined nearly $60,000 after pleading guilty to two counts of tax evasion, according to the Canada Revenue Agency.
Canadian casting companies say they’re having a tough time finding new Santa actors for the holiday season. Heather Butts reports.
The answer was still 'yes' even after this proposal went wrong in Texas. The ring was found after a half-hour search.
As he finishes his final show as chief anchor of CTV News at Six in Halifax, Steve Murphy shares a final farewell.
This surfer in Puerto Rico was paddling on his board when he had a close brush with a shark near Middles Beach on Nov. 29.
Meet Boji, a dog that travels daily using Istanbul's public transport system.
Video from the Royal National Lifeboat Institution shows the rough weather a lifeboat had to go through amid Storm Arwen in the U.K.
Researchers in South Africa first sounded the alarm over the B.1.1.529 variant, now known as Omicron, after finding more than 30 mutations in the spike protein, a component that can alter the way a virus infects cells. But much remains unknown about the finer details of the variant.
The first cases of COVID-19 in Canadian wildlife have been discovered in three white-tailed deer, a press release from Environment and Climate Change Canada reports.
A new poll suggests that many Canadians are feeling some extra stress this holiday season, and are already planning to make things easier by starting their shopping ahead of time.
The House of Commons unanimously agreed to pass Bill C-4, the legislation to ban LGBTQ2S+ conversion therapy, through all stages without study or amendment after a Conservative motion, making it the first bill to pass the House in the 44th Parliament and head to the Senate. This rapid fast-tracking came just two days after the Liberals tabled the expanded legislation.
A British court on Thursday dismissed an appeal by a newspaper publisher seeking to overturn an earlier ruling that it breached the privacy of the Duchess of Sussex by publishing portions of a letter she wrote to her estranged father.
Alberta will begin to administer COVID-19 vaccine booster shots to all adults in phases, the province announced Wednesday afternoon when it reported two more Omicron cases.
Police in London, Ont. say an eight-year-old girl has died following a pedestrian crash in the city on Tuesday night.
A large number of Afghan refugees remain stuck in Canadian hotels — in some cases for months on end — with some unable to even send their children to school.
Housing prices in Canada are expected to increase steadily in 2022, with inter-provincial migration continuing in many regions and a short supply of homes in those areas pushing up costs, according to Re/Max’s housing market outlook report published Wednesday.