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The B.C. government has announced it is "proactively closing" parts of Highway 1, Highway 3 and Highway 99 on Saturday as the province braces for the next atmospheric river.
The federal and British Columbia governments have created a joint committee of cabinet ministers to deal with the devastation caused by flooding, while also promising to match donations given to the Canadian Red Cross.
The number of schools on COVID-19 exposure lists in B.C.'s Lower Mainland continued to decline this week, reaching its lowest level since early October.
The new cases were among 341 cases identified across the province over the past 24 hours.
The owner of an aging hotel on Salt Spring Island, B.C. has decided to sell the property and move on. The issue with the sale is that the property is currently home to 20 vulnerable people that would otherwise be homeless, and that has those residents fearing that they will end up on the streets.
Tenants displaced by a James Bay apartment fire are banding together in an increasingly desperate search for affordable housing.
Emergency Management B.C. tells CTV News the ministry is asking employers to be patient while travel restrictions on flood- and mudslide-damaged highways are in place.
Vancouver's mayor wants a new levy to fight climate change in the city's 2022 budget.
The flooding in southern B.C. has led to many disruptions for residents, from closed roadways to gas shortages that have forced rationing, and a provincial recycling company says the conditions have also limited its ability to pick up items.
Farmers in B.C.'s flood-stricken Fraser Valley are demonstrating just how resilient and persevering they can be in the face of recent storms.
For the first time since last week's devastating storm destroyed several sections of the Coquihalla Highway between Hope and Merritt, B.C., the provincial government has issued a tentative timeline for when the route might reopen.
Criminal charges have been laid against a 49-year-old woman who allegedly posed as a nurse while working at a Vancouver hospital – something she's accused of doing elsewhere in Canada as well.