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Another 13 people have died in the latest 24-hour period examined by public health officials, the province said in its final COVID-19 update of the week.
Two British Columbia women who say doctors advised them against getting COVID-19 vaccines have filed a constitutional challenge of the province's vaccine passport.
A group of Downtown Eastside residents and advocates gathered for a news conference Friday morning to decry street sweeps conducted by the City of Vancouver, which they say target people sleeping outdoors on East Hastings Street.
The new cases were among 667 cases found across the province over the past 24 hours.
Police are investigating after a pedestrian died following a crash in the Mid-Island on Thursday evening.
The Santa Lights Parade, Sidney Sparkles Parade, The IEOA Truck Light Convoy and Food Drive, and Esquimalt Light Parade will all be returning in late November and early December.
A number of infectious disease doctors in B.C. are pleading with the premier to ban fur farming permanently.
Suspicions that a train was at least partially to blame for a fire that consumed most of a B.C. village this summer have been shut down in a just-published report.
In an effort to bring the province in line with international health and safety standards for kids, the general working age in B.C. is going up to 16 from 12 starting Oct. 15.
One of the largest high schools in B.C. is now exchanging a problematic past for a new beginning.
B.C. health officials are once again warning young people about the dangers of COVID-19 after the death of a person in their 20s.
Thousands of youth across B.C. will be eligible to receive an Apple iPhone to provide them with better access to online resources and help keep them connected to friends and family.