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Police are investigating after a man was gunned down at an upscale hotel in the waterfront area of downtown Vancouver Wednesday.
The B.C. Assembly of First Nations is calling for the removal of a People's Party of Canada candidate in Vancouver over a flyer comparing vaccine passports to the residential school system.
Eighty-six per cent of eligible people 12 and older in B.C. have now received their first COVID-19 vaccine, and 78.6 per cent have gotten their second dose.
Health officials identified 66 new cases of COVID-19 in the Vancouver Island region Wednesday as the number of active cases in the region remains above 600.
A major cannabis producer on Vancouver Island is closing its Nanaimo office and cultivation facility, citing "operational efficiencies" after a recent merger.
Ryan Burghardt owns Budget Break and Muffler on Douglas Street in downtown Victoria. He says a drastic increase in crime is hurting his business.
While anyone aged 50 and older will be able to get a third COVID-19 vaccine dose in the U.K. in the coming weeks, only 15,000 immunocompromised British Columbians are being offered another shot for now.
The British Columbia government is offering nurses and other health-care professionals incentives like child care and support for housing and travel as part of a recruitment drive.
A couple from B.C.'s West Kootenays is planning a trip to Reno after winning $150,000 on a scratch-and-win ticket.
A B.C. First Nation is expected to give an update Tuesday on its lawsuit tied to a pipeline explosion in 2018.
Vaccination against COVID-19 will be mandatory for all workers and volunteers at health-care facilities across the province next month, officials announced Monday.
A report from Auditor General Michael Pickup says some dams don't comply with regulations and the forests ministry is not overseeing or enforcing safety standards.