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Metro Vancouver Transit Police are searching for a suspect after a disturbing attack on a SkyTrain last month in Vancouver that sent an elderly woman to hospital.
Another four cases of the concerning Omicron COVID-19 variant have been confirmed in British Columbia, health officials announced Tuesday.
What was supposed to be a week of relaxation has turned into a nightmare for a Vancouver woman.
A security guard was rushed to hospital in serious condition Tuesday after he was repeatedly stabbed by a man shoplifting from a Walmart in Campbell River, B.C. The perpetrator, who was wearing a purple wig and a medical mask at the time, is still at large.
There are currently 2,814 active cases of COVID-19 across the province, including 591 active cases in the Island Health region.
It was a welcome at the Victoria International Airport reserved only for champions.
In response to the Omicron variant of concern, Canada and other countries are quickly implementing new COVID-19 travel rules that could impact your holiday air travel.
A B.C. man has been charged with murder following the discovery of his girlfriend's body five years after she disappeared, according to the woman's family.
Police say it's a "miracle" a crash in South Vancouver didn't end worse, given the speed of the driver and the proximity of people to the scene.
Volunteers at a wildlife rehabilitation centre in Delta, B.C., are used to receiving calls about a variety of species, but nothing quite like this.
With Metro Vancouver seeing its first snowfall at the city level, the province is preparing to clear buildup on local bridge cables to prevent so-called "ice bombs" from falling.
An Indigenous-led review of a massive wildfire that destroyed more than 100 homes in British Columbia's southern Interior four years ago has produced 30 calls to action to improve wildfire management and recovery practices.