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The number of COVID-19 patients hospitalized in British Columbia has reached a five-month high, the province revealed shortly after announcing expanded access to vaccine booster shots.
A freedom of information request from the BC Liberals has unearthed a trove of internal documents from E-Comm 911, revealing senior executives had been trying to raise the alarm about paramedic shortages ahead of this summer's deadly heat dome.
Five friends from Surrey, B.C., were presented with awards from the RCMP on Tuesday after a quick-thinking, creative rescue in a Metro Vancouver park earlier this month.
Across the province, 457 cases were identified over the past 24 hours, including the cases found in the island region.
A woman and her son who were watching storm debris float past their Courtenay, B.C. home caught an unusual site on video on Monday as a large tree crashed into the city’s Fifth Street Bridge.
In Langford, work has begun on a quarter-billion-dollar project, creating what will be known as Langford Heights.
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.
Police in Vancouver say they're investigating an alleged kidnapping in the city and have released surveillance video of the victim.
Police say drugs may be a contributing factor in a bizarre case of mischief last week in B.C.'s Okanagan.
Two weeks after first being admitted to hospital for COVID-19, a woman from northern B.C. has delivered a baby while in a medically-induced coma.
A B.C. agency that provides outdoor safety training is concerned about a social media post that's spreading misinformation.
Anyone wanting to dine in a restaurant, see a movie or visit many other non-essential businesses in B.C. must now show proof they're fully vaccinated against COVID-19.