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With Metro Vancouver seeing its first snowfall at the city level, the province is preparing to clear buildup on local bridge cables to prevent so-called "ice bombs" from falling.
Police say it's a "miracle" a crash in South Vancouver didn't end worse, given the speed of the driver and the proximity of people to the scene.
B.C. has issued a warning about the risk of contamination in private drinking-water wells in flooded areas of Metro Vancouver and the Fraser Valley.
Thousands of BC Hydro customers on northern Vancouver Island were in the dark Monday as overnight snowfall downed tree limbs and power lines.
Nanaimo RCMP are warning workers about counterfeit bills that have begun appearing in the city.
There's a new Canadian Premier League champion.
The wayward barge that has been stranded on Vancouver's Sunset Beach since mid-November's historic storm is earning rave reviews online.
The vast majority of cows and egg-laying chickens in B.C.'s flood-stricken Sumas Prairie have survived, the province's agriculture minister said Friday as the region continues its recovery from record-breaking weather events.
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.
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.
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.
Every positive COVID-19 sample in B.C. is now being sent to the province’s whole genome sequencing lab in Vancouver, where they are being analyzed to determine if the patient was infected with the Omicron variant.