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When her family dairy farm, the Dykman Cattle Company, flooded nearly two weeks ago, it was the worst Cynthia Dykman had ever seen in her two decades on the western edge Sumas Prairie. But it was far from the first time.
A regional park on the North Shore has been closed due to "hazardous conditions" caused by the strong storm hitting B.C. this weekend.
They've barely had time to catch their breath since flooding devastated Abbotsford's Sumas Prairie. Now, they're bracing for the potential of more floodwaters.
The B.C. River Forecast Centre has issued flood watches for much of Vancouver Island as another atmospheric river bears down on the province.
Mounties in the Comox Valley say recent instances of cryptocurrency fraud in the region have led to losses of more than $1 million.
Theresa had been imagining graduating since she was a girl, after watching convocation ceremonies in the movies. It was an accomplishment her mom Daphne hadn't experienced, but hoped Theresa would.
Emergency Management B.C. tells CTV News the ministry is asking employers to be patient while travel restrictions on flood- and mudslide-damaged highways are in place.
Vancouver's mayor wants a new levy to fight climate change in the city's 2022 budget.
The flooding in southern B.C. has led to many disruptions for residents, from closed roadways to gas shortages that have forced rationing, and a provincial recycling company says the conditions have also limited its ability to pick up items.
Farmers in B.C.'s flood-stricken Fraser Valley are demonstrating just how resilient and persevering they can be in the face of recent storms.
For the first time since last week's devastating storm destroyed several sections of the Coquihalla Highway between Hope and Merritt, B.C., the provincial government has issued a tentative timeline for when the route might reopen.
Criminal charges have been laid against a 49-year-old woman who allegedly posed as a nurse while working at a Vancouver hospital – something she's accused of doing elsewhere in Canada as well.