Interior Health issued a public exposure notice Saturday warning patrons who visited Gotham nightclub on July 18 that they may have been exposed to the coronavirus.
B.C.'s hospitality industry is facing major staffing shortages just over two weeks before American tourists return.
So far this wildfire season, about 400,000 hectares have burned, and without rain in the forecast, that total looks likely to grow.
The UBC Alma Mater Society has urged the university to tighten up COVID-19 measures ahead of its return of in-person learning this fall.
With hot, dry weather expected to continue in Metro Vancouver, some municipalities have put bans and restrictions in place for barbecues in public parks.
One person has died following a fire at a building on Vancouver's Hornby Street Friday.
Mary Simon is now officially the Governor General of Canada, after being installed in a pared-down but historic and culturally-rich ceremony. A prominent Inuk leader and former ambassador, Simon is the 30th governor general Canada has had, and is the first Indigenous person to take on the role.
In the Inuit region of Nunavik in northern Quebec, the family and friends of Canada’s newest Governor General, Mary Simon, swell with pride as they reflect on how far she’s come.
Mary Simon conveyed a message of hope, inclusiveness, and resilience as she delivered her first speech after being sworn in as the country's 30th Governor General and the first Indigenous person to hold the position.
Swimmer Margaret Mac Neil has won Canada's first gold medal of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
Quebec is offering an extra dose of mRNA vaccine to people who want to travel to countries that don't recognize their vaccination status.
10-year-old Brandon Bastien and his grandfather were shocked to find an old military mortar shell while magnet fishing in Lake Erie.
Watch the moment a large meteor streaked through the night sky above Norway in the early hours of July 25.
Since 1867, the governor general has represented the Crown in Canada, but what other tasks lay ahead for Mary Simon?
A Duncan, B.C. man spent 7 years transforming a 6,000-pound tree burl into a massive art piece.
Aylmer family told to tear down their home, even though plans were approved by City officials.