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B.C.’s top doctor and health minister are providing a COVID-19 briefing Friday morning.
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.
Dozens of inmates at a B.C. correctional centre have tested positive for COVID-19, leading to a temporary suspension of visits.
Provincial health officer Dr. Bonnie Henry and Health Minister Adrian Dix are scheduled to hold a rare Friday morning news conference before new case numbers are revealed later this afternoon.
Police say a man who was reported missing from Nanaimo, B.C., earlier this week has been found dead.
BC Hydro says that energy use saw record-high peaks in both the summer and winter of last year.
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.
UBC students in line for dinner at one of the school’s cafeterias were greeted by an unwelcome guest this week.
Two months after a runaway barge got stuck on Vancouver’s shores during a series of historic storms, plans to recover the vessel remain on the rocks.
A key British Columbia highway has reopened to all traffic after being torn apart by disastrous flooding in November but it only took hours for the Transportation Ministry to issue a safety reminder.
More than 500 black bears were killed in B.C. last year by conservation officers and one organization says the public needs to understand what happens to the animals when attractants encourage them to visit residential areas.
Vancouver Mayor Kennedy Stewart has called on a drug advocacy group to take down offensive merchandise targeting a city councillor, and to offer her an apology.