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One case of the concerning Omicron COVID-19 variant has been confirmed in British Columbia, health officials announced Tuesday.
British Columbians are being urged to prepare and avoid non-essential travel over the next day as the province braces for the next atmospheric river.
A pair of fishing guides are being credited for their work saving an endangered sturgeon trapped by the catastrophic floodwaters in B.C.'s Fraser Valley.
British Columbia health officials will provide an update Tuesday on the latest cases of COVID-19 in the province.
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.
The District of Saanich has fired its chief administrative officer and is now looking for an interim CAO to fill the role until a new council is elected next year.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Children in British Columbia between five and 11 years old can start getting shots of a pediatric COVID-19 vaccine today.
Mounties in Surrey are warning people about a string of robberies that originated through escort service sites.