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British Columbia has recorded another 560 cases of COVID-19 and five related deaths, health officials said Tuesday.
Three weeks after B.C.’s provincial health officer promised to give a complete accounting of people in hospital due to COVID-19, Dr. Bonnie Henry is apologizing and now offering a vague description of what officials will provide instead.
Capacity limits for B.C. event venues will soon be lifted when the province moves to the next phase of its vaccine-card program, the province's top doctor announced Tuesday.
B.C. health officials have identified 61 new cases of COVID-19 in the Vancouver Island region Tuesday.
The man accused of murdering Nanaimo teen Makayla Chang will return to British Columbia from Ontario ahead of a preliminary inquiry.
Police say a masseur based out of Victoria has now been charged with 10 counts of sexual assault.
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.
A North Shore mountain resort is expanding its COVID-19 vaccine mandate to include guests and not just staff.
A new drone delivery project is officially underway in a remote Northern B.C. First Nation.
Troubling allegations of lies and a cover-up are emerging in the electrocution of a B.C. woman and her two dogs six years ago.
Experts say to understand what the numbers actually mean about your risk of a breakthrough case that lands you in hospital, you have to look at rates within the population, rather than the raw data.
The fourth wave of the COVID-19 pandemic is having a major impact on Indigenous communities, even though members were among the first to be vaccinated in B.C.