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A British Columbia judge went against precedent when determining a sentence for a woman who pleaded guilty to trafficking potent opioids in the province.
A stretch of Highway 1 was closed Wednesday morning due to downed power lines, with no detour available.
The City of Vancouver has approved a new budget for 2022, and that means property taxes are going up again.
Three residents were forced from their homes Wednesday by an overnight fire in Vic West.
A security guard was rushed to hospital in serious condition Tuesday after he was repeatedly stabbed by a man shoplifting from a Walmart in Campbell River, B.C. The perpetrator, who was wearing a purple wig and a medical mask at the time, is still at large.
There are currently 2,814 active cases of COVID-19 across the province, including 591 active cases in the Island Health region.
The devastation from the recent floods in Abbotsford inspired one Sumas Mountain resident to use her artistic skills for a good cause.
Extreme damage to public washrooms in Surrey, B.C., parks is under investigation and Mounties say they believe the vandalism may be connected to a social media trend.
A barge that's been grounded near Vancouver's English Bay since last month wasn't removed as expected on Monday, and the city says a recovery plan may not be released for weeks.
An RCMP officer in northern B.C. says protesters outside a COVID-19 vaccine clinic for children have been warned their actions are illegal, and any parents who feel intimidated at such facilities should immediately contact police.
A class action suit against the federal government can go ahead, despite Ottawa's claims that the right to fish "does not exist," a B.C. judge has ruled.
Three weeks after southern B.C. was hit by the first in a series of atmospheric rivers, the province's deputy premier says efforts are shifting from emergency response to recovery and debris management.