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Nearly a dozen temperature records were broken in B.C. Sunday as parts of the province experienced a warm fall weekend.
Metro Vancouver drivers are seeing a little relief at the pumps Monday as gas prices fell after nearing record highs over the weekend.
B.C.'s only remaining "wildfire of note" is unlikely to spread, officials say, and will be reclassified Monday morning.
A Greater Victoria woman has been sentenced to five and a half years behind bars for luring and sexually assaulting a 15-year-old boy. The incidents occurred in April 2020, when "Ms. P." and her friend encountered a group of boys from their neighbourhood who asked the women to provide them with alcohol in exchange for some cannabis.
One man escaped a fire that destroyed his home north of Courtenay, B.C., early Monday morning. Fire Chief Kurt MacDonald says the blaze was called in at 2:30 a.m. on Langlois Road. The fire had consumed much of the home before firefighters arrived.
If you're looking to get Pizza Hut delivered in downtown Vancouver, your delivery person might not be a person at all.
TransLink's new, 6,200-square-foot Customer Service Centre at Waterfront Station opened to the public Friday, roughly doubling the transit provider's capacity to serve users in person.
Musqueam Chief Wayne Sparrow was blown away when he saw the results of the collaboration with EA Sports.
A B.C. doctor is sounding the alarm, saying women are waiting months for biopsies to determine if they have breast cancer.
The number of people with COVID-19 in B.C. hospitals is the lowest it's been since early July, according to the latest update from the B.C. Centre for Disease Control.
Here's what Vancouver mayoral candidates have to say about public safety, which is shaping to be one of the biggest issues in next month's election.