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A B.C. woman has plans to use some of her recent winnings on a way to beat the heat.
B.C. health officials announced 342 more cases of COVID-19 on Wednesday, the largest daily increase in the province's caseload since late May.
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.
The new cases were among 342 cases found across British Columbia over the past 24 hours.
A Canadian soldier accused of drugging her comrades with cannabis-laced cupcakes during a live-fire exercise has pleaded not guilty to the charges in a military court.
With COVID-19 restrictions lifting, the West Shore is welcoming back in-person sports and the economic impact they create.
Firefighters managed to rescue a seven-month-old black Labrador that was found unconscious inside a burning home in South Vancouver over the long weekend.
The owners of a popular restaurant in Surrey are reeling after they were targeted with yet another act of vandalism.
The operator of a B.C. bus service is searching for the owner of a slithery stowaway he discovered during routine maintenance work last week.
New York will be requiring people to show proof of vaccination before entering a gym or restaurant. Could we see something similar in B.C.?
A day of doing errands paid off for a B.C. woman who came home and found herself $1 million richer.
BC Ferries is looking into what caused an error that had people showing up for two reserved sailings on the busy holiday Monday that didn’t actually exist.