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Another 946 cases of COVID-19 and 11 related deaths have been recorded across British Columbia over the last 72 hours, the government said Monday as coronavirus hospitalizations reached a three-month low.
The City of Abbotsford is lifting an evacuation order for some residents of the Sumas Prairie that was ravaged by floodwaters after a record rainfall event last month.
Three weeks after southern B.C. was hit by the first in a series of atmospheric rivers, the province's deputy premier says efforts are shifting from emergency response to recovery and debris management.
There are currently 2,876 active cases of COVID-19 in B.C., according to the Health Ministry, including 624 active cases in the Island Health region.
A Washington state man convicted of killing a young couple from Saanich, B.C., more than three decades ago will get a new trial after an appeals court reversed his conviction due to a juror's bias.
British Columbia's health minister says there's been a lot of attention paid to the new Omicron COVID-19 variant, but the focus should remain on the Delta variant because it continues to have a “profound impact” on people who are not vaccinated in the province.
The modest 10-bed hospital in Hope, B.C. has finally ended its disaster status, three weeks after mass flooding and landslides trapped travellers and residents, sending a surge of patients to a tiny hospital unequipped to handle the volume.
The wayward barge that has been stranded on Vancouver's Sunset Beach since mid-November's historic storm is earning rave reviews online.
New data from a food delivery app revealed that one Vancouver resident is living large, spending nearly $1,000 on a single takeout order earlier this year.
Two B.C. residents who've made cross-border day trips to Washington State are now stuck in quarantine due to confusion over an app.
British Columbia has expanded emergency financial assistance for people affected by extensive flooding and landslides over the last three weeks.
The Sumas Prairie area of Abbotsford experienced the most severe and prolonged impact of devastating flooding following last month's atmospheric river, and now that evacuation orders in the area are being lifted in phases, property owners are getting a look at the full extent of the damage.