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A B.C. woman who was in an induced coma due to COVID-19, prompting an impassioned public plea from her family, has died.
A northern British Columbia city is enacting new restrictions meant to erase the homeless from its core, intensifying the grief that COVID-19 and the overdose crisis have already inflicted on those with nowhere to live, an expert says.
B.C.'s Property Assessment Appeal Board has rejected an East Vancouver homeowner's argument that his property was undervalued by more than $1 million in its most recent assessment.
The winner of the Nanaimo-Ladysmith riding could be determined before the weekend as Elections Canada officials work to count mail-in ballots in a race that was too close to call on election night.
The cases were among 759 new cases found in B.C. over the past 24 hours, according to a statement from the provincial Health Ministry.
Three Vancouver Island police departments say the province will no longer pay for their naloxone supplies — a life-saving medication officers use frequently, in the midst of the overdose crisis.
A woman was allegedly beaten by two maskless SkyTrain passengers this week after asking them if they had masks to wear.
A 21-year-old booted a pair of successful conversions against Oregon's Linfield University on Sept. 11, becoming the first Canadian woman to play in - and score in - an NCAA football game.
Climbing on many routes of the renowned Stawamus Chief in Squamish, B.C., has been suspended until at least early next year after what BC Parks says are "multiple, significant rockfalls."
Thousands of British Columbians have tested positive for COVID-19 since the pandemic began and the province's top doctor says many have asked if they still need to be vaccinated against the disease.
The number of British Columbians in hospital due to COVID-19 is a tightly-held secret, as the province removes those who are no longer infectious from the tally – even though those individuals may spend months in treatment.
Just because a vaccinated British Columbian has a so-called "passport" that works on the West Coast doesn't mean they'll be granted access to venues elsewhere in Canada.