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The day after both case-count and death-rate averages rose in B.C., the province's health ministry announced hundreds more cases of COVID-19.
A B.C. supreme court judge has granted the province’s request for a permanent injunction against Rolly's Restaurant in Hope, which remained open and continued to serve customers despite having its business and liquor licences suspended on Oct. 7, for not checking vaccine passports.
B.C. Premier John Horgan seems to be backing away from a steep $25 fee proposed for Freedom of Information requests, while doubling down on controversial legislative changes that would make charging for disclosure possible.
Health officials identified 61 new cases of COVID-19 in the Vancouver Island region Thursday as hundreds of coronavirus cases remain active in the region.
An expected 'cyclone bomb' has emergency responders bracing for an increase in activity as the storm moves onto Vancouver Island Thursday and into the weekend.
A whale-watching guide on Vancouver Island has been fined thousands of dollars for getting too close to a pod of orcas.
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.
One of the British Columbia's newest multimillionaires hopes to take her grandchildren on vacation after winning a major prize in a draw she almost didn't take part in.
Vancouver police are warning the public after an uptick in 'stranger assaults' in the city over the past year.
An 'unusually high' number of patients with respiratory viruses have been showing up over the past month at the emergency department at B.C. Children's Hospital.
A respected emergency doctor credited with a pivotal role in B.C.’s avoidance of the SARS epidemic is speaking up, urging health officials to adopt a grassroots approach to health care.
The story of Mike McCardell's recovery has plenty of heart, just like the man himself. It also contains a simple lesson for the rest of us.