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A new study suggests that the presence of more overdose prevention sites (OPS) in B.C. has been associated with a wide range of health benefits.
The City of Mission is dealing with mudslides, water issues and an evacuation order due to B.C.’s flooding emergency.
With Alberta announcing adults over age 60 can start booking a COVID-19 booster shot – and Ontario expected to announce a similar move for those over 50 on Thursday – pressure is mounting on B.C. health officials to do the same as concerns over the Omicron variant continue to grow.
More than 200 mill workers in Powell River, B.C., are out of a job Wednesday after Paper Excellence announced the indefinite end of operations at its Catalyst Paper tiskwat mill.
If turkey is on the menu for Christmas Day this year, you may have heard the news that Canada's turkey stocks are at a 30-year low. That has many rushing out to secure that perfect bird now, but on Vancouver Island, you're not going to have to worry.
The new cases were among 375 cases confirmed across the province over the past 24 hours.
A Western Australian man has been charged after an international police investigation, which started in Canada, resulted in the seizure of several kilograms of methamphetamine hidden inside a painting.
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.
An exemption in place worshippers in British Columbia was changed Tuesday as the province confirmed its first case of the concerning Omicron variant of COVID-19.
With COVID-19 transmission and vaccination rates changing across B.C., regional health orders are also shifting through the upcoming holiday season, the province's top doctor announced Tuesday.
One case of the concerning Omicron COVID-19 variant has been confirmed in British Columbia, health officials announced Tuesday.
Extensive efforts were made over the weekend and early this week to hold back floodwaters in Abbotsford, B.C., including the use of a Tiger Dam along Highway 1.