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The BC Goverment Service Employees' Union, which represents some of LifeLabs' front-line workers, have served 72-hour strike notice.
RCMP in Chilliwack, B.C., are continuing to investigate following reports that a small plane may have gone down in the area Tuesday night.
With Canada working towards approving a COVID-19 vaccine for kids between the ages of five and 11, B.C.'s top doctor says officials aren't considering a vaccine mandate for that age group at this point.
Wind warnings have been issued for Vancouver Island as the remnants of Typhoon Namtheun barrel down on the region.
West Shore RCMP say a man has been arrested and a slew if items have been seized after police executed a search warrant a Langford home earlier this month.
The City of Langford has launched a new program to help its residents move from renting a home to owning one.
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.
With B.C. still dealing with its fourth wave in the COVID-19 pandemic, the province is covering the cost of getting a flu shot for all eligible residents this year in the hope it'll reduce strain on an already burdened health-care system.
With Halloween less than two weeks away, B.C. conservation officers are warning locals to be cautious with their pumpkins.
A group of quick-thinking young men were forced to get creative by using their turbans as a makeshift rope to help rescue a pair of hikers in a Metro Vancouver park earlier this month.
A Metro Vancouver woman is looking for answers following the untimely death of her dog aboard a flight last summer.
About six-in-10 Canadian kids have witnessed bullying based on race or ethnicity while at school, a survey from B.C. researchers suggests.