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While most of B.C. remains under a special weather statement as the summer's first hot weather rolls through, the advisory has been upgraded to a heat warning for the Lower Mainland.
About a hundred people gathered in downtown Vancouver on Sunday afternoon denouncing the U.S. Supreme court's decision to overturn Roe v. Wade, which secured constitutional protection for abortion rights in the country for nearly 50 years.
With a heat warning in effect for Metro Vancouver and the Fraser Valley, several cities have opened up dedicated indoor cooling centres and outdoor cooling stations. We've compiled a list of what's available and where.
Victoria police arrested a man for allegedly sexually assaulting several strangers in quick succession in the city's downtown Saturday night.
Each of the 28 pyramids holds 136 plants, which the Harvest and Share Food Society distributes to local food banks when they're mature.
Mounties on Quadra Island are investigating what they call a "linen heist" at a local resort.
Canada Day events are back after a pandemic-prompted hiatus, and several parties are planned for the Vancouver area.
A woman who was attacked by a complete stranger armed with a machete on the streets of Vancouver is sharing her story.
A Metro Vancouver pet owner won't get all of her money back after being billed for veterinary care she didn't approve of while her cat was in an animal shelter.
After a cooler-than-usual spring, many British Columbians are welcoming the province's first hot stretch of the summer this weekend.
Police in New Westminster are hoping to return a lost wedding dress to its rightful owner.
A B.C. teen received a hefty fine and had his vehicle impounded after he was caught doing more than four times the speed limit near a school.