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A B.C. woman has plans to use some of her recent winnings on a way to beat the heat.
B.C. health officials announced 342 more cases of COVID-19 on Wednesday, the largest daily increase in the province's caseload since late May.
Vancouver cyclist Gary Kalmek suffered a broken leg, a broken arm and three broken ribs when he was hit by a car while riding his bike at Main Street and 15th Avenue in Vancouver in early June.
The new cases were among 342 cases found across British Columbia over the past 24 hours.
A Canadian soldier accused of drugging her comrades with cannabis-laced cupcakes during a live-fire exercise has pleaded not guilty to the charges in a military court.
With COVID-19 restrictions lifting, the West Shore is welcoming back in-person sports and the economic impact they create.
Officers are warning of a scam circulating in Metro Vancouver using technology that makes victims think the calls are from local police.
The Hope Search and Rescue team is reminding residents and road-trippers to be wary of where they go swimming after two separate rescue calls took them down to the Coquihalla Canyon’s Othello Tunnels area over the weekend.
The owners of a popular restaurant in Surrey are reeling after they were targeted with yet another act of vandalism.
In the current plan student cohorts are not recommended, and extracurricular activities are expected to return to normal.
Firefighters managed to rescue a seven-month-old black Labrador that was found unconscious inside a burning home in South Vancouver over the long weekend.
New York will be requiring people to show proof of vaccination before entering a gym or restaurant. Could we see something similar in B.C.?