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All four people killed in a shooting in Richmond, B.C., are adult members of the same family, homicide investigators say.
Former Vancouver Canucks player Jake Virtanen has been charged with sexual assault in connection with an investigation in Vancouver, police say.
A team of researchers led by a British Columbia university has uncovered several new species of coronavirus, some of which were found in unexpected places such as animal dung.
No injuries have been reported after an engine fire broke out on a school boat in B.C. waters on Thursday morning.
Telecommunications giant Rogers is expanding wireless service along Highway 4 between Port Alberni and Tofino, in partnership with the B.C. government.
BC Transit says commuters should expect ongoing service disruptions in the Victoria Regional Transit System due to labour shortages and sickness from COVID-19.
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.
A former elementary school teacher from Surrey, B.C., who was convicted of possessing child pornography has been banned from teaching for life.
A protester superglued their hand to the surface of Highway 1 during a protest against old-growth logging in West Vancouver, B.C.
Health officials have confirmed a "very small number" of COVID-19 cases involving a new Omicron subvariant have been found in British Columbia.
An initial report into an investigation at a former residential school in British Columbia suggests the remains of dozens of people may be buried at the site.
Jim Rutherford says there are some big decisions looming for the Vancouver Canucks, but the president of hockey operations has crossed one large task off his to-do list: hiring a new general manager.