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B.C. health officials have quietly changed their guidelines for people experiencing mild COVID-19 symptoms, removing the minimum self-isolation time for adults who never tested positive.
As Simon Fraser University prepares to return to in-person classes next week, two professors tell CTV News they've received little concrete guidance about how to handle COVID-19-induced absences.
Another charge has been approved against a man who allegedly grabbed a stroller with a baby inside during a tense incident in New Westminster, B.C., last week.
B.C. health officials say four more deaths related to COVID-19 were confirmed in Island Health over the past 24 hours.
Three residents of Fir Park Village in Port Alberni have tested positive, as have four residents each at The Summit and Parkwood Court long-term care homes in Victoria.
A massive backlog of recycling and garbage pickup is happening in the Capital Regional District, with a combination of staff shortages due to COVID-19, equipment failures and bad weather to blame.
While there are many ways we can live more sustainably, a popular option is to adjust our diet to include more plant-based foods - like oat milk.
A father from New Westminster, B.C., is speaking out after a disturbing and random attack in which a stranger grabbed his young daughter’s stroller with the child inside.
The so-called "doughnut hole" between two provincial parks in B.C.'s Interior has been closed. The provincial government has reached an agreement with Imperial Metals that will see the mining company surrender its mineral claims in the area.
Vancouver Mayor Kennedy Stewart has called on a drug advocacy group to take down offensive merchandise targeting a city councillor, and to offer her an apology.
It's a question that's been asked since the early days of the booster shot rollout: eventually, will everyone in B.C. need three doses instead of two to be considered fully vaccinated?
Two months after a runaway barge got stuck on Vancouver’s shores during a series of historic storms, plans to recover the vessel remain on the rocks.