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New restrictions on in-person religious gatherings in B.C. have been met with mixed reactions from places of worship.
The Fraser Valley Regional District has issued more evacuation orders for residents near Mission, B.C.
In the final COVID-19 update of the week, B.C.'s health ministry announced 405 more people tested positive for the disease over the past 24 hours.
The new cases were among 405 cases found across the province over the past 24 hours.
Environment Canada has expanded its special weather statements warning of potential snowfall on Vancouver Island on Friday.
With more clients than ever before, the Victoria Women's Transition House Society (VWTH) is putting out a plea for help with its Christmas Hamper program.
The B.C. Highway Patrol is investigating after a truck driver was caught doing a dangerous manoeuvre on a major B.C. highway.
A wilderness preservation group says areas of old-growth forest totalling four times the size of Vancouver have either been approved for logging or have permits pending, despite the B.C. government's stated plans to defer logging on those sites.
As a much-needed break in the rain is finally allowing many flood-stricken B.C. communities to slowly begin their recovery, residents are continuing to find creative ways to save their belongings and help their pets.
Every positive COVID-19 sample in B.C. is now being sent to the province’s whole genome sequencing lab in Vancouver, where they are being analyzed to determine if the patient was infected with the Omicron variant.
Nearly two dozen temperature records were broken or tied in B.C. on the first day of December as the third in a trio of atmospheric rivers brought unseasonably warm weather to parts of the province.
The Supreme Court of Canada has agreed to hear arguments about the fairness of B.C. proceedings that led to guilty findings for two men in the first-degree murders of six people.