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With recovery efforts underway in flood-stricken parts of British Columbia, officials are getting an idea of the massive impact the extreme weather had on the province's livestock.
Work began around 7:30 Thursday morning to dismantle the Tiger Dam on Highway 1 near Cole Road in Abbotsford, allowing the route to reopen in the afternoon.
Officials in British Columbia say the province is "on the other end" of a series of intense storms that caused mudslides, flooding and deaths.
British Columbia's Ministry of Forests, Lands and Natural Resources is monitoring the province's deer population for the presence of the virus that causes COVID-19, but says no wildlife cases have been detected so far.
Drivers are being notified of planned traffic delays on the Malahat Highway on Thursday night.
After a one-year hiatus due to the pandemic, the BC Forest Discovery Centre in Duncan, B.C. is set to welcome guests onboard its Christmas Express once again.
Police are hoping the public can help identify a suspect after a woman was allegedly sexually assaulted at a Vancouver SkyTrain station over the weekend.
Traffic slowed on the Sea-to-Sky Highway after RCMP say about 100 dead turkeys spilled onto the road.
Vancouver residents are being reminded that several bylaws take effect on Jan. 1 that could impact the way they buy a cup of coffee or carry their groceries home from the market.
A ski resort in B.C.'s Interior is apologizing for comments one of its executives made to local media about the impact of essential travel restrictions for Highway 3 on the tourism industry as the province attempts to recover from devastating floods.
Mounties in the town of Osoyoos in the Okanagan Valley are asking for the public’s help in locating several pieces of stolen art.
A Western Australian man has been charged after an international police investigation, which started in Canada, resulted in the seizure of several kilograms of methamphetamine hidden inside a painting.