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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 number of COVID-19 exposures in Lower Mainland school continued to climb this week, even as caseloads showed signs of declining province-wide.
Just over a dozen enforcement tickets were handed out in the first month of B.C.'s vaccine-card program, but hundreds of complaints were issued to officials.
Mounties say one person was killed and another was taken to hospital after a two-vehicle crash Thursday near Mill Bay, B.C.
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.
Health officials in British Columbia will provide their final COVID-19 update of the week on Friday.
A deserving mother who is still unable to return to her Lytton home after the devastating fire this summer has been gifted a car.
Choosing to be buried in a more eco-friendly way in Vancouver may come with a discount starting next year, if a report to city council is approved.
New this year is an online reservation system, which organizers say will help make physical distancing possible.
Dozens of pharmacies in B.C. are delivering mRNA COVID-19 vaccines, yet still don't know if they will be part of the immunization plan when it comes to kids aged five to 11.
Mounties in Surrey say they're concerned about a string of attacks on women in the city in recent weeks.
B.C.'s police watchdog believes "reasonable grounds exist" to suggest a member of the RCMP may have committed an offence.