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Search and rescue crews in Squamish have found the body of a teenager missing since Tuesday, local Mounties confirmed Saturday.
Police cars could be seen blocking off an alleyway that serves as a popular pedestrian route near Commercial Drive and Venables Street in East Vancouver.
A 57-year-old man with schizophrenia and epilepsy has gone missing in Vancouver, and police are asking for help in locating him.
Two more Vancouver Island schools have been added to the regional health authority's list of COVID-19 clusters.
Mail ballots in one of British Columbia's most hotly contested ridings have confirmed the loss of one of the Green Party's two incumbent MPs heading into the election, and a victory for the NDP candidate in the riding.
John plays for more than just his ever-expanding family (two children, seven grandchildren, thirteen great-grandchildren). Since the start of the pandemic, he's been taking musical rides around the neighbourhood, playing harmonica from his scooter every day.
A black bear recently killed by conservation officers in North Vancouver was believed to be "peaceful and trusting," a local society says.
The B.C. government is considering tougher laws to discourage anti-vaccine protesters from disrupting the daily operations of schools and hospitals in the province, Premier John Horgan said Thursday.
Another nest built by Asian giant hornets north of Seattle close to the Canada border has been destroyed, according to state officials.
As a number of restaurants openly defy B.C.'s proof-of-vaccination requirements, the province has confirmed enforcement is underway.
B.C.'s Property Assessment Appeal Board has rejected an East Vancouver homeowner's argument that his property was undervalued by more than $1 million in its most recent assessment.
A Surrey, B.C., woman whose 10-year-old son contracted COVID-19 says it took days for his classmates' families to be notified by public health.