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As B.C. braces for the next atmospheric river arriving Tuesday, the province's public safety and transportation minister will give an update on the local flood and storm response.
A recent study has found that several communities across the province don’t have the resources available to create or maintain floodplain maps, and the results can be catastrophic.
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.
Heavy rainfall will continue to batter regions of Vancouver Island on Tuesday, increasing the risk of small avalanches in some areas, according to Avalanche Canada.
Hundreds of thousands of visitors are expected to return to Victoria next year during the 2022 cruise ship season, according to the Greater Victoria Harbour Authority.
Coun. Stephen Andrew announced his bid for the top job on council Tuesday, calling it "the most important election in Victoria in years."
An Uber driver caught travelling well above the speed limit in Vancouver last week was called out by police for trying to blame the passengers.
Ryan Reynolds is bringing attention to the ongoing situation in his home province after an atmospheric river system brought devastating landslides and floods to several areas of B.C.
B.C.'s Ministry of Transportation says it has reduced speeds on several highways to lessen the risk of damage due to flooding.
Children in British Columbia between five and 11 years old can start getting shots of a pediatric COVID-19 vaccine today.
It was a busy day in the kitchen at the Sukh Sagar Sikh Temple in New Westminster Sunday, as teams prepared meals that will soon be sent off to flood-affected communities.
Mounties in Surrey are warning people about a string of robberies that originated through escort service sites.