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Police in Vancouver say they're investigating an alarming, unprovoked stabbing that sent one person to hospital with life-threatening injuries over the weekend.
The Vancouver Canucks have hired the first-ever female assistant general manager in the NHL team's history.
A human rights complaint against Loblaws alleging discrimination against a man who wasn't wearing a face mask has been dismissed by a B.C. tribunal.
A drinking water supply line that was damaged last week on the west coast of Vancouver Island is beyond repair and will have to be completely replaced, according to the District of Ucluelet, B.C.
Two Vancouver-based development companies have announced their 15-year masterplan for developing the Royal Beach area of Colwood, B.C.
Calls for service to the Campbell River RCMP detachment were the highest they've ever been since the detachment changed to its "modern reporting systems" roughly a decade ago.
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.
After 38 days away from home, the Vancouver Canucks took to the ice at Rogers Arena Friday for a home game against the league-leading Florida Panthers.
Health officials are warning users to be cautious after several overdoses in the last week due to one particular substance.
British Columbia is beginning to manage COVID-19 more like the common cold, the province's top doctor said Friday while explaining major shifts in the government's approach to the pandemic.
The number of COVID-19 cases and outbreaks in B.C. care homes continues to grow during the Omicron surge, but deaths in this wave remain less common than they were during previous ones.
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.