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Police are investigating after someone allegedly threw a hot coffee in a Tim Hortons employee's face in Vancouver's Downtown Eastside this week.
A B.C. study that compared where kids live to their overall development suggests the benefits of being close to nature can have a dramatic impact at a young age.
A former high school teacher from Richmond, B.C., has had his licence suspended over "multiple boundary violations" involving several different students.
Several bogus 911 calls to the Nanaimo RCMP about shots being fired at a local school – and that there were multiple casualties – has led to the arrest of a 34-year-old man.
British Columbia's final COVID-19 update of the week will be released on Friday afternoon.
West Shore RCMP are looking into a hit-and-run crash that was reportedly spurred on by a near-miss incident.
Return-It is always working to increase B.C. recycling rates, and with its Express & GO solar-powered drop-off stations, it's making it easier than ever to recycle.
Mounties in Surrey are hoping to find the rightful owner of a 'substantial amount of cash' that was found stashed inside a box of donated clothing.
A prominent anti-restriction activist from B.C. who has been involved in a number of high-profile rallies against COVID-19 mitigation measures has disclosed he's fallen ill and has "never been more sick."
The provincial vaccine card downloaded by approximately 3.7 million B.C. residents isn't compatible with the federal proof-of-vaccination system Canadians will soon use when travelling.
An extravagant wedding celebration that had a ferris wheel on site was shut down by Surrey, B.C., bylaw officers this week after complaints were received.
Two men who pleaded guilty to their roles in a fatal shooting in a Starbucks drive-thru in Surrey have been sentenced to life in prison.