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B.C.'s Ministry of Health announced another 402 cases of COVID-19 on Thursday, pushing the province's seven-day average for new infections to nearly 250.
The province's top doctor is focusing on vaccinating B.C.'s way out of what is shaping up to be a fourth wave of the pandemic, even though combatting the ultra-contagious Delta variant will require an exceptionally high immunization rate.
Quebec has become the first province to announce residents will soon need to show proof of vaccination to gain access to some non-essential services like restaurants and gyms.
Three hikers are safe after being rescued off of Vancouver Island’s highest peak Thursday morning.
As COVID-19 cases climb and the school year nears, some Vancouver Island parents say the time for mandatory vaccinations is now.
The new cases were among 402 cases found across the province over the past 24 hours.
A massive flower that blooms for just one day every few years and smells like decaying flesh will soon open again at Vancouver's Bloedel Conservatory.
A B.C. driver who was found equally responsible after someone allegedly ran a red light and crashed into his pickup truck has been awarded nearly $8,000 in damages.
The number of COVID-19 cases caused by the Delta variant is doubling every seven to 10 days in British Columbia, experts say. COVID-19 cases in B.C. continued their upward march as the province reported more than 700 infections Tuesday over a four-day period.
Though there is widespread consensus that wildfire smoke has become an annual health issue for thousands of high-risk British Columbians, the provincial government is rejecting calls for individualized air quality measures and defending its one-size-fits-all approach.
More questions and concerns are being raised about the state of a life-saving heart surgery program at BC Children’s Hospital.
In the current plan student cohorts are not recommended, and extracurricular activities are expected to return to normal.