Plastic shopping bags will be banned in Vancouver in the New Year and consumers will have to pay extra for paper bags and single use cups.
The owner of a general store in B.C.'s Interior has been ordered to pay a former employee nearly $100,000 in compensation after a member of the B.C. Human Rights Tribunal found he had discriminated against her and retaliated when she filed a complaint.
The modest 10-bed hospital in Hope, B.C. has finally ended its disaster status, three weeks after mass flooding and landslides trapped travellers and residents, sending a surge of patients to a tiny hospital unequipped to handle the volume.
The wayward barge that has been stranded on Vancouver's Sunset Beach since mid-November's historic storm is earning rave reviews online.
The Trans Mountain Pipeline restarted Sunday, but the B.C. government says it's not yet ready to lift a fuel-rationing order for the southwestern part of the province.
Two B.C. residents who've made cross-border day trips to Washington State are now stuck in quarantine due to confusion over an app.
The Sumas Prairie area of Abbotsford experienced the most severe and prolonged impact of devastating flooding following last month's atmospheric river, and now that evacuation orders in the area are being lifted in phases, property owners are getting a look at the full extent of the damage.