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The Vancouver Canucks are banking on the capacity limits at Rogers Arena being lifted in time for the regular season home opener.
The B.C. government is considering tougher laws to discourage anti-vaccine protesters from disrupting the daily operations of schools and hospitals in the province, Premier John Horgan said Thursday.
As a number of restaurants openly defy B.C.'s proof-of-vaccination requirements, the province has confirmed enforcement is underway.
The cases were among 832 new cases found in B.C. over the past 24 hours, according to the Ministry of Health.
Police have launched a hate-crime investigation after graffiti was discovered on a Catholic church in downtown Victoria.
An emergency room doctor in Victoria says patients who are not vaccinated against COVID-19 are causing unnecessary delays and even deaths in the health-care system.
The Surrey portion of TransLink's planned SkyTrain extension will not be opening in 2025 as intended, frustrating proponents who have been waiting on the project for years.
On the eve of training camp, Canucks general manager Jim Benning said the organization will be fully vaccinated by the time Vancouver opens the regular season on Oct. 13.
B.C. is just months away from implementing a permanent, province-wide sick pay program and residents have the next few weeks to share their thoughts on the plan.
A Surrey, B.C., woman whose 10-year-old son contracted COVID-19 says it took days for his classmates' families to be notified by public health.
On the day restrictions were lifted at Vancouver's Stanley Park, two people were allegedly caught feeding the coyotes that prompted the park's overnight closure.
Thousands of British Columbians have tested positive for COVID-19 since the pandemic began and the province's top doctor says many have asked if they still need to be vaccinated against the disease.