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A man was arrested and charged late last week in connection to a fire at a Prince George motel that killed three people last year.
The mayor of Vancouver says police are investigating harassment against him and his wife after the pair was reportedly approached in a store over the weekend.
British Columbians heading to the polls on Monday may have a different experience than in past federal elections due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
One man is dead and another is in hospital following a head-on collision in the Metchosin area Saturday night.
BC Transit is offering free service for many areas of Vancouver Island Monday for the federal election.
British Columbia health officials will provide an update Monday on the number of COVID-19 cases and deaths recorded over the weekend.
One of the most populated health authorities in British Columbia also had the fewest new cases of COVID-19 in the latest update from the health ministry.
A bid by a New Westminster father to fundraise for portable HEPA filters in local classrooms as a COVID-19 safety measure has stalled after facing pushback from the school district.
If you haven’t started making a list and checking it twice for the holiday season, you might want to get on that sooner than expected.
A shortage of pediatric surgeons on Vancouver Island has hospitals there on pediatric diversion, meaning any children who need surgery will be sent to Vancouver for care.
After learning a young man had been charged in connection with his son's 2019 death, a B.C. father said he felt hopeful for the impact the case may have on other teenagers.
The province is suing the family of two dead gangsters in hopes of keeping a large amount of cash and a diamond ring seized by police from a B.C. home.