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The B.C. government has announced that booster shots of COVID-19 vaccine will be offered to several vulnerable groups before the end of the year, and to the broader population beginning in January.
As B.C. announced its plan to roll out third COVID-19 vaccine doses to the general public, officials say the extra shots won't lead to changes to mandates like the provincial proof-of-immunization card.
An audit of the B.C. government's spending revealed a $6-billion disagreement, and $550 million in errors impacting the deficit.
British Columbia health officials will return to the podium Tuesday to provide a weekly update on the COVID-19 pandemic.
One man is dead and three other people, including a child, were taken to hospital following a crash on a logging road near Bamfield, B.C.
Mounties in the Comox Valley are advising the public to be on the lookout for a car with Nova Scotia license plates after a driver reportedly damaged other cars with an axe.
Return-It is always working to increase B.C. recycling rates, and with its Express & GO solar-powered drop-off stations, it's making it easier than ever to recycle.
Police say drugs may be a contributing factor in a bizarre case of mischief last week in B.C.'s Okanagan.
The Wet’suwet’en First Nation is urging health officials to provide booster shots to its eligible members right away, rather than in early 2022 as planned.
Anyone wanting to dine in a restaurant, see a movie or visit many other non-essential businesses in B.C. must now show proof they're fully vaccinated against COVID-19.
A former high school teacher from Richmond, B.C., has had his licence suspended over "multiple boundary violations" involving several different students.
Even as the capacity limits for performance venues lift, some small venues say they still won't be able to host as many guests as they could before the pandemic.