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The B.C. government says two parliamentary secretaries will work with the Village of Lytton to help it recover from the wildfire that destroyed much of the community.
Kyle Beach, a former player in the Chicago Blackhawks farm system, has come forward as John Doe in the team’s sexual assault investigation. In an exclusive interview with TSN’s Rick Westhead, Beach identified himself as the first accuser of Brad Aldrich, the team’s video coach from 2008 to 2010.
B.C.'s health ministry will release another COVID-19 update Thursday with information on the latest cases and vaccination rates.
The Transportation Safety Board is sending a team of investigators to Tofino, B.C., to examine a crash last week between a floatplane and a water taxi.
Conservation officers are asking residents of Vancouver Island's west coast to report bear sightings as soon as possible as the region deals with an unusually busy pre-hibernation season.
The severity of a marine disaster off Vancouver Island is far worse than first reported, according to internal coast guard communications obtained by CTV News.
Return-It is always working to increase B.C. recycling rates, and with its Express & GO solar-powered drop-off stations, it's making it easier than ever to recycle.
Mounties are investigating an unusual theft after an 80-pound fibreglass dinosaur statue vanished from a North Burnaby, B.C., backyard.
A West Vancouver man says he had to check his lotto ticket several times before he really believed he was $10.2 million richer.
Beware when pruning your trees, especially if you live in Surrey, B.C.. Residents of that city are facing thousands of dollars in pruning penalties, and they say it's heavy-handed.
It is a Vancouver Police Museum tradition that whoever locks-up after closing, must say “good night” to the ghosts.
Five friends from Surrey, B.C., were presented with awards from the RCMP on Tuesday after a quick-thinking, creative rescue in a Metro Vancouver park earlier this month.