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The B.C. government has announced 609 new cases of COVID-19 and six related deaths, along with another increase in coronavirus hospitalizations.
Authorities have taken the unusual step of investigating a Halloween display after a Kelowna, B.C., home was allegedly decorated with a Confederate flag and hanging effigy.
Nearly one in 10 British Columbians decorates more for Halloween than for Christmas, according to a new survey conducted for BC Hydro.
The severity of a marine disaster off Vancouver Island is far worse than first reported, according to internal coast guard communications obtained by CTV News.
There are currently 4,748 active cases of COVID-19 in B.C., including 524 active cases in the Island Health region, according to the B.C. health ministry.
The Vancouver Island Integrated Major Crime Unit and local RCMP are investigating after a man was found dead in Ucluelet, B.C.
Return-It is always working to increase B.C. recycling rates, and with its Express & GO solar-powered drop-off stations, it's making it easier than ever to recycle.
B.C. Health Minister Adrian Dix said more than 4,000 workers in the health-care system failed to get even one dose of COVID-19 vaccine before a deadline imposed by public health officials, and will be placed on unpaid leave.
Five friends from Surrey, B.C., were presented with awards from the RCMP on Tuesday after a quick-thinking, creative rescue in a Metro Vancouver park earlier this month.
The B.C. government has announced that booster shots of COVID-19 vaccine will be offered to several vulnerable groups before the end of the year, and to the broader population beginning in January.
An audit of the B.C. government's spending revealed $6 billion in under-reported revenue, and $550 million in errors impacting the deficit.
A trove of internal documents from B.C.'s biggest 911 dispatch service revealed senior executives tried to raise the alarm about paramedic shortages ahead of this summer's deadly heat dome.