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Just because a vaccinated British Columbian has a so-called "passport" that works on the West Coast doesn't mean they'll be granted access to venues elsewhere in Canada.
New charges in connection to a stabbing spree in North Vancouver that killed one woman and injured six others were announced Wednesday.
B.C. is just months away from implementing a permanent, province-wide sick pay program and residents have the next few weeks to share their thoughts on the plan.
A long-standing Victoria business is set to close its doors next month, and reopen as a new location for Canadian franchise CRAFT Beer Market.
The W̱SÁNEĆ Leadership Council has launched a new website to give non-Indigenous people information about the history and culture of the Saanich Peninsula First Nations.
Canada's Men's Rugby Team will be coming home to Langford, B.C., in just a few weeks to take on Chile's national team in a qualifying match for the Rugby World Cup 2023.
Complaints from vaccinated B.C. residents who discovered the name on their vaccine card doesn't match their government ID have been heard and addressed, health officials said Tuesday.
An adult grizzly bear is dead and a necropsy determined her fatal wounds occurred when she attempted to attack a mountain goat in a national park in British Columbia.
The president of the BC Nurses' Union has resigned, citing unspecified "personal reasons" for her decision.
Results in B.C. will go a long way toward determining the size of the Liberals' minority government caucus.
A B.C. woman is ready for a fresh start after claiming a $500,000 lotto prize.
The polls are closed in B.C. and the results in for most of the province's 42 ridings.