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B.C.'s sunny, dry weather is leading to major drought conditions in parts of the province, causing devastating impacts for some wildlife.
Wildfire smoke has prompted an air-quality advisory for parts of B.C. and officials say conditions might not change until the weather does.
Gas prices in Metro Vancouver are predicted to rise close to record breaking levels Thursday after dipping slightly in recent days.
The B.C. Conservation Officers Service (BCCOS) has confirmed that two African servals are on the loose on Vancouver Island. The conservation service says it received a call from the owner in the Qualicum Beach, B.C., area saying the exotic cats had been lost.
Greater Victoria residents may have noticed mature trees in Saanich, B.C., have been cut down to make way for the municipality's Shelbourne Street Improvements Project. The removal of the trees has raised some concerns from community members who noticed their absence between North Dairy Road and Pear Street.
The premier of British Columbia is voicing his support for Iranians who are protesting their government's treatment of a young woman who died in the custody of the country's morality police.
Vancouver's Pacific National Exhibition will be home to a brand new winter fair this December, the organization announced Tuesday.
The thick, tempered glass covering the base of one of the pillars of the Vancouver Olympic cauldron was smashed early Saturday morning.
A number of eager British Columbians have managed to schedule a fall booster of the COVID-19 vaccine without an invitation – though officials stress that protecting the most vulnerable remains their priority.
Every time the municipal elections roll around, the idea of whether to merge the Lower Mainland into one mega-city resurfaces, though this time the discussion is a little different.
British Columbia's Electoral Boundaries Commission has released a preliminary report that recommends the creation of six new electoral districts, which would bring the total number of seats in the legislature to 93.
The families of two women and a teenage girl, all Indigenous, who went missing and then died in the Lower Mainland have come together in an effort to raise awareness about their loved ones and push for systemic change in B.C. policing.