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A nurse working in one of B.C.'s short-staffed hospitals is speaking out after she says she was assaulted by a patient who made a racist remark.
Smoke from a fire that engulfed a home in West Vancouver could be seen from kilometres away Sunday afternoon, as crews closed a major road to fight the blaze.
Marty Marchand is one of the hundreds of Olalla, B.C. residents who were ordered to leave their homes this week because of the aggressive, out-of-control Keremeos Creek wildfire.
BC Ferries cancelled two sailings between Vancouver Island and the Lower Mainland on Sunday because of a lack of crew, and several other sailings to and from Salt Spring Island were also cancelled.
Heavily armed Mounties responded to a home in Cumberland, B.C. Sunday morning for what they described as an "ongoing police incident at a residence."
Police in Victoria have released a new photo of a missing 63-year-old man last seen in the city's downtown more than a week ago.
One of the candidates for Vancouver's top job has left the race, according to a statement from his municipal party.
Falling for a ruse isn't a defence against extradition, a British Columbia court ruled recently in a case involving undercover cops and lots of fake cocaine.
The vice-president of B.C.'s nurses union says the staffing shortages and wait times in hospitals across the province are the worst she's ever seen.
Someone could be fined as much as $400,000 if the City of Kelowna finds out who's behind the recent deaths of several local trees.
A B.C. SPCA branch is looking for four missing dogs after a break-in at the local shelter.
While the low pricetag might sound enticing for some, the streetcar does come with a few strings attached – no pun intended.