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After spending hours standing in floodwater, some cattle in B.C.'s Fraser Valley are now suffering from pneumonia.
An exemption in place worshippers in British Columbia was changed Tuesday as the province confirmed its first case of the concerning Omicron variant of COVID-19.
The mayor of one of the cities most impacted by recent B.C. storm systems says the protections in place in Abbotsford are as ready as they're going to get.
Another 57 new cases of COVID-19 have been identified in the Vancouver Island region Tuesday.
While the vast majority of B.C. public servants have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19, hundreds of workers are now on unpaid leave for failing to provide proof of vaccination.
A progress report on a plan to address anti-Indigenous racism in British Columbia's health-care system says Aboriginal patients continue to disproportionately die as a result of the impacts of racism and the two ongoing public-health emergencies.
The ongoing impacts of intense storms on B.C.'s South Coast have prompted the government to extend its gasoline rationing order and state of emergency for another two weeks.
A 14-year-old boy could face criminal charges after police say he allegedly stabbed a 32-year-old woman and her dog near a Vancouver SkyTrain station on Friday night.
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.
As B.C. braces for a third atmospheric river in a week, one expert says these weather events could become the norm.
The two top executives at B.C. Emergency Health Services who oversaw an unexplained lack of preparedness for the fatal heat dome in late June have been reassigned to other roles within the health-care system.
Mounties in Surrey are warning people about a string of robberies that originated through escort service sites.