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A man who identified himself as being involved in a scuffle with Canadian Tire employees over refusing to wear a mask has pleaded guilty to multiple charges, according to the B.C. Prosecution Service.
A fire on the roof of a Vancouver highrise under construction appears to have been caused by sunlight being magnified by a curved wall of windows.
B.C.'s top health officials announced Tuesday the province is shifting its COVID-19 vaccine rollout and implied there will be "consequences" for those who choose to not get their shots.
The new cases were among 150 cases found across British Columbia over the past 24 hours.
Victoria's crime severity index (CSI) score was the highest out of all municipal police agencies in B.C. in 2020, according to newly released data from Statistics Canada.
Tuesday will mark 41 days since Vancouver Island has seen any measurable amount of rain, and that is drying up rivers in the Cowichan Valley.
A Vancouver mansion sold this month for what realtors described as a record-breaking price was purchased well below what its owners were asking.
Environment Canada has issued special weather statements across Metro Vancouver with temperatures sitting above the seasonal average.
Metro Vancouver police are investigating another act of vandalism after a church was covered with orange graffiti over the weekend.
A Metro Vancouver woman was just a week away from retirement when she found out she'd become $2 million richer.
Just-released results of a federal wastewater survey appear to back up other evidence that drug use increased during the COVID-19 pandemic, and suggest fentanyl use was significantly higher in Vancouver than in other major Canadian cities.
The BC Wildfire Service said while overall, the number of wildfires burning is trending downward, the number of wildfires of note is at 40 -- an unprecedented number. A wildfire is considered of note when it is highly visible, or threatens people or structures.