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Many flood-impacted residents of B.C.'s Sumas Prairie are trapped in "limbo" as they wait for promised financial assistance from the government.
An initial report into an investigation at a former residential school in British Columbia suggests the remains of dozens of people may be buried at the site.
British Columbia residents will need to bring their vaccine card with them through to the end of June if they want to access indoor spaces, restaurants or most events, says the provincial health officer.
The mother of a missing Duncan, B.C., girl says she fears for her daughter’s safety while the RCMP reiterate the girl is not in danger.
No new deaths related to COVID-19 were reported in Island Health over the past 24 hours, according to a statement Tuesday from the B.C. Ministry of Health.
Youth sports tournaments will be allowed to resume next week in British Columbia as health officials say the province's COVID-19 case numbers are trending in the right direction.
While there are many ways we can live more sustainably, a popular option is to adjust our diet to include more plant-based foods - like oat milk.
A young driver's vehicle was seized over the weekend after they were caught going more than twice the speed limit on a highway through Abbotsford.
Police agencies across the Lower Mainland are warning the public about a "bail money" scam that has been reported around the region this month.
A human rights complaint against Loblaws alleging discrimination against a man who wasn't wearing a face mask has been dismissed by a B.C. tribunal.
A just-released report suggests taxpayers in British Columbia spent millions more during the pandemic on raises for government workers.
Fully vaccinated Canadian travellers who have recently recovered from COVID-19 are feeling more confident about travelling internationally, but some are learning the hard way that they can test positive on a PCR test weeks or months after getting over their infection.