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Another 2,239 cases of COVID-19 and 18 related deaths were recorded across B.C. over the weekend, officials announced Monday as the government's vaccine card grace period came to an end.
A former social worker accused of stealing money from children in B.C.'s care system has pleaded guilty to several charges, including fraud over $5,000.
The arrest of a 15-year-old boy was one of three incidents reported in a Vancouver park over the weekend.
The new cases were among 2,239 cases discovered in British Columbia since Friday, according to a statement from the B.C. Health Ministry, including 876 cases on Saturday, 657 on Sunday and 706 on Monday.
The owner of a recently opened Victoria eatery has died after a lengthy battle with COVID-19.
The B.C. government is teaming up with community partners, spending millions to get more women and minorities into the technology sector.
A new Vancouver Police Department initiative aims to improve communication between police and people who are deaf and hard of hearing.
Students, faculty and community members joined a fundraiser at Vancouver Career College in Abbotsford on Saturday to benefit a baby girl in need of a heart transplant.
Following intense public pressure in British Columbia, and scrutiny from across the country, health officials have finally revealed a more accurate account of how many patients are in hospital due to COVID-19.
When Alexander Krstovic posted the online fundraiser to cover the cost of flying his infant son with complex medical needs from Latvia to Vancouver, he wasn't expecting much. The response he received blew him away.
A B.C. man who was wrongfully jailed in China back in 2014 is offering his advice to Michael Kovrig and Michael Spavor upon their return to Canada.
The demographic makeup of COVID-19 cases in B.C. has shifted dramatically in recent weeks, with children under 10 years old now making up the biggest share of confirmed new infections in the province.