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The B.C. government announced 204 new cases of COVID-19 on Thursday, marking the biggest single-day increase in infections the province has seen since early June.
Metro Vancouver Transit Police are recommending several charges against a 29-year-old man arrested after a violent attack on a SkyTrain attendant over the weekend.
Officers are investigating an incident they say is just one of more than a dozen random assaults reported in Vancouver in the last few weeks.
The new cases are among 204 cases found across British Columbia over the past 24 hours.
Staff at the Mountainaire Avian Rescue Society (MARS) on Vancouver Island believe high temperatures are to blame for an influx of young eagles requiring care.
The 38-year-old woman convicted of murdering teenager Reena Virk near Victoria in 1997 will be allowed to continue her day parole.
Firefighters working to tame a trio of wildfires in B.C.'s Central Kootenay region were "impacted" by an illegal drone in their airspace on Wednesday.
Masks will once again be required in indoor public spaces in one part of B.C. that's seen a recent spike in cases.
A Metro Vancouver doctor has been charged with sexual assault, and police are seeking more information about the allegation.
Anti-racism protesters rallying outside Richmond provincial court on Wednesday ended up in tense confrontations with two different people, both of which were caught on camera.
CTV News has learned the personal information of British Columbians has been leaked online, with an unknown number of people and agencies potentially still vulnerable, after a data breach at a mental health services provider.
A 2022 wedding will be even more grand thanks to a B.C. couple's sudden influx of cash.