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A startup, whose co-founder grew up in Vancouver, became one of the inaugural winners of the Earthshot Prize, created by The Royal Foundation of The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.
An 'unusually high' number of patients with respiratory viruses have been showing up over the past month at the emergency department at B.C. Children's Hospital.
Another hospital in B.C.'s north has declared a COVID-19 outbreak and in this case, it's become deadly.
Police in Victoria say one of their officers was sent to hospital with a concussion Wednesday after he was assaulted during an arrest.
Provincial health officials will provide an update on the latest cases of COVID-19 in British Columbia on Wednesday.
Wind warnings have been issued for Vancouver Island as the remnants of Typhoon Namtheun barrel down on the region.
Return-It is always working to increase B.C. recycling rates, and with its Express & GO solar-powered drop-off stations, it's making it easier than ever to recycle.
With just one week to go before B.C.'s broader COVID-19 vaccine mandate for health-care workers comes into effect, about 5,500 employees have yet to receive their first dose.
A Metro Vancouver woman is looking for answers following the untimely death of her dog aboard a flight last summer.
The number of young children catching COVID-19 in British Columbia has decreased significantly since the end of September, according to new data released Tuesday.
Three weeks after B.C.’s provincial health officer promised to give a complete accounting of people in hospital due to COVID-19, Dr. Bonnie Henry is apologizing and now offering a vague description of what officials will provide instead.
A group of quick-thinking young men were forced to get creative by using their turbans as a makeshift rope to help rescue a pair of hikers in a Metro Vancouver park earlier this month.