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When the provincial health officer told British Columbians she was removing isolation requirements and testing for most of the population and compared managing COVID-19 in similar terms to the flu or common cold, many people were shocked and some instantly alarmed.
Patients who don’t have COVID-19 could end up in the same hospital rooms as patients who do have the virus, B.C. health officials said Friday.
Abdul Bashir Hashimi is starting off 2022 with a full heart. After spending four years separated from his wife and children, they are by his side and settling into a new life in Canada.
Across the province, nine COVID-19-related deaths were reported over the past 24 hours, including the one in Island Health.
The University of Victoria campus was quiet on Friday, but come Monday, students will be back as in-person learning resumes.
A company that ships goods between Vancouver Island and the mainland says a strike by its workers has been averted at the last minute.
While there are many ways we can live more sustainably, a popular option is to adjust our diet to include more plant-based foods - like oat milk.
Schools in British Columbia will soon get rapid antigen tests as a way to reduce the transmission of COVID-19 among staff, including teachers and administrators.
Nearly two years after parking fees were waived at many health-care facilities in B.C., the province is reinstating paid spots for some.
A British Columbia high school is retiring its logo and mascot named “Hot Spot” after devastating wildfires in neighbouring communities cast them in a different light.
B.C. health officials have quietly changed their guidelines for people experiencing mild COVID-19 symptoms, removing the minimum self-isolation time for adults who never tested positive.
A rookie cop attended a different type of emergency Monday after running toward the sound of screaming in a parking lot.