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Twenty-one more COVID-19 related deaths were reported in B.C. on Wednesday, the highest single-day total the province has added to its death toll since December 2020.
The B.C. government is under pressure to reconsider a change that means some people on disability are getting less money – despite the government's vow to support them through the pandemic.
The pandemic has taken a toll on many people’s mental health, but the impacts have been especially devastating for youths in and out of foster care.
Five deaths related to COVID-19 were confirmed in the Vancouver Island region Wednesday, according to the B.C. Ministry of Health.
British Columbia's forest watchdog has identified four key areas where the management of forestry practices can negatively affect water and outlines potential opportunities for the province to improve regulations.
The British Columbia government says it will distribute up to 250,000 rapid COVID-19 antigen tests to provincially funded child-care providers.
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.
Whether you need help from a professional or just want to read up on wellness, there are several mental health resources available in B.C.
A former elementary school teacher from Surrey, B.C., who was convicted of possessing child pornography has been banned from teaching for life.
British Columbia residents will need to bring their vaccine card with them through to the end of June if they want to access indoor spaces, restaurants or most events, says the provincial health officer.
Millions of rapid tests are expected to arrive in B.C. within the next few weeks, but it's significantly less than what was previously expected last week.
An initial report into an investigation at a former residential school in British Columbia suggests the remains of dozens of people may be buried at the site.