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ICBC saw a dramatic spike in claims after a snowstorm hit the South Coast – causing crashes, closures and commuter chaos – and the insurer is urging drivers to be better prepared with more snow in the forecast.
British Columbia's Medical Services Commission has applied for an injunction against a Telus Health program, alleging its billing model contravenes the province's Medicare Protection Act.
A former Vancouver lawyer who failed to recognize "red flags" that should have made him ask more questions about the money he was handling for a client has been fined and suspended for four months.
British Columbia's police watchdog has found reasonable grounds for charges against three Vancouver Island RCMP officers involved in the shooting death of an Indigenous man last year.
Students at the University of Victoria are exploring and testing the perfect shape to break their next record in a unique sport. Their team consists of more than two dozen active members who design, build and race human-powered submarines.
Four men are facing dozens of charges after a years-long drug-trafficking investigation that police say disrupted the expansion of the Hells Angels motorcycle gang on Vancouver Island.
When a B.C. metal artist was asked to create a giant sculpture with Elon Musk's head on the body of a goat riding a rocket he had no idea who would want to create such a thing or why.
Rekindling joy in the face of grief is the goal of the 2022 Vancouver Indigenous Fashion Week, which is returning to the city after a two-year hiatus due to COVID-19.
A B.C. woman who recently won $100,000 on a scratch-and-win ticket plans to spend the windfall on skydiving and spoiling her grandchildren
Decades after abortion was decriminalized in Canada, a new survey suggests the majority of citizens think it’s time to codify access in law.
An Abbotsford police officer was caught on camera punching a man twice in the face during the course of an arrest this weekend, prompting a review by the department and a provincial watchdog.
A landlord's attempt to evict a renter from a home in B.C.'s Lower Mainland over thousands of dollars in unpaid utilities has been rejected due to vague wording in their tenancy agreement.