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B.C. has recorded another 759 cases of COVID-19 and 10 related deaths, health officials said Wednesday.
Taleeb Noormohamed has recaptured the riding of Vancouver-Granville for the Liberal Party, according to the CTV News Decision Desk.
A second-degree murder charge was announced Wednesday in connection to a shooting that killed one man in B.C.'s Okanagan earlier this week.
The cases were among 759 new cases found in B.C. over the past 24 hours, according to a statement from the provincial Health Ministry.
Three Vancouver Island police departments say the province will no longer pay for their naloxone supplies — a life-saving medication officers use frequently, in the midst of the overdose crisis.
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.
A number of dead fish have been spotted in Lost Lagoon in Vancouver's Stanley Park over the past couple of days, prompting an investigation by the Stanley Park Ecology Society.
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.
Officials planned to trap and kill dozens of Stanley Park coyotes during a two-week cull, but with only four of the animals euthanized, the park is still reopening on schedule.
A number of unvaccinated pregnant women are battling COVID-19 in B.C. intensive care units, health officials revealed Tuesday while pushing for expectant mothers to get immunized.
The Election Day results in three B.C. ridings are so close the candidates may be waiting for days while mail-in ballots are verified and counted.
A B.C. woman is ready for a fresh start after claiming a $500,000 lotto prize.