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An out-of-control wildfire burning in a Metro Vancouver regional park led to a warning from crews that members of the public – including drone operators – should stay away.
British Columbia broke two dozen temperature records Sunday, marking the latest in a stretch of unseasonably warm days.
B.C.'s ambulance paramedics and emergency dispatchers are hitting the bargaining table Monday to work on a new collective agreement aimed at fixing the struggling ambulance service.
A B.C. judge has awarded a former Tofino resident more than $70,000 in damages after he brought a civil lawsuit against a man who attacked his car with a 2x4 in 2018.
A coven of witches gathered in Royston, B.C., on Sunday to do some paddleboarding, share in some cackles and raise money for charity.
Mounties in Campbell River took to Facebook Saturday to express their frustration with teenagers "seeking to incite members of the community's homeless population" in the city's downtown core.
B.C. health officials are making preparations for a possible fall surge in COVID-19 and influenza cases that could put added pressure on an already-burdened health-care system.
The owner of the Vancouver Canucks has responded to bombshell allegations that he abused his children, which were heard during a family court proceeding this week.
B.C. NDP leadership hopeful David Eby has released a sweeping plan to address the province's housing crisis, which includes an initiative to fast-track the construction of affordable homes.
A 10-year-old border collie named Ollie was stolen from outside a downtown Vancouver business Tuesday evening, but thanks to what Metro Vancouver Transit Police called "seamless teamwork with frontline transit staff," the dog was recovered in less than 10 hours.
When Cindy Brodowski bought her North Vancouver home earlier this year, it came with an eye-catching feature: a hedge trimmed into the shape of a face. As she found out, it had been there for years.
From Stanley Park to the B.C. legislature buildings, some of the most eye-catching landmarks in British Columbia have been digitally recreated by Microsoft.