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Extensive efforts were made over the weekend and early this week to hold back floodwaters in Abbotsford, B.C., including the use of a Tiger Dam along Highway 1.
West Fraser Timber Co. Ltd. says severe weather and flooding in B.C. that has disrupted highways and rail routes in the province is affecting its lumber and pulp shipments.
Surrey RCMP are seeking the public's help after three separate shootings were reported over the weekend.
BC Ferries and the First Peoples' Cultural Council revealed the artwork that will decorate the side of the newest Salish Class ferry.
British Columbia health officials identified 238 new cases of COVID-19 in the Vancouver Island region over the weekend.
Environment Canada has issued new rainfall warnings for parts of Vancouver Island as another atmospheric river is expected to dump up to 200 millimetres of precipitation over the coming days.
When her family dairy farm, the Dykman Cattle Company, flooded nearly two weeks ago, it was the worst Cynthia Dykman had ever seen in her two decades on the western edge Sumas Prairie. But it was far from the first time.
Sungiven Foods Canada Inc. is recalling its One Tang brand Bitter Apricot Kernel due to the possible danger of cyanide poisoning.
A man arrested earlier this year for hosting parties Vancouver police say broke COVID-19 orders has been taken into custody again.
While their homes and farm fields remain inundated by water, Curtis Sandhu says his family is looking towards rebuilding after a dike failed and devastating flooding hit the prime agricultural area east of Vancouver nearly two weeks ago.
An 'extraordinary' amount of rain has fallen on British Columbia this fall, saturating the ground and making disasters like the one that struck the province earlier this month more likely, according to Environment and Climate Change Canada.
For the first time, B.C.’s Ministry of Health has provided information about people who likely caught COVID-19 after going to acute care settings for medical treatment or work, with 1,619 getting the virus and 274 of them dying.