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A day after ending an air quality advisory related to ground-level ozone caused by hot weather, Metro Vancouver has issued a new air quality advisory because of wildfire smoke.
The Coquitlam Search and Rescue team is calling on its community for help finding a spot to store its new rescue boat.
Metro Vancouver saw some rain showers Saturday morning, but according to Environment Canada, it's not yet clear if it was enough to officially end the region's 45-day streak without measurable rain.
Hotels and ferries have been fully booked this long weekend, and tourism operators in Greater Victoria have been scrambling to keep up with demand.
A Vancouver Island city has decided to move on from its symbolic town crier position, citing a need to "re-evaluate the practices and symbolism of the past."
British Columbia is reporting a slight increase in the number of active wildfires but cooler temperatures and forecasts of rain could bring some relief.
Police arrested 30-year-old William David Scott Jolly, of Delta, who now faces charges that include mischief, assault with a weapon and assault of a peace officer.
As the mayor of a destination city during peak tourist season, Colin Basran is sharing a message he thought he'd never have to: Stay away from Kelowna.
Police in Richmond say they are still investigating after an altercation between anti-racism protesters and a woman outside the city's courthouse on Wednesday afternoon.
British Columbia's highest court has upheld the distracted driving conviction of a man who insisted his cellphone was merely wedged between his thigh and car seat when he was stopped by police.
A B.C. man who didn't feel like cutting his grass has been fined more than $1,000 for the fire he started.
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.