The day after both case-count and death-rate averages rose in B.C., the province's health ministry announced hundreds more cases of COVID-19.
A B.C. supreme court judge has granted the province’s request for a permanent injunction against Rolly's Restaurant in Hope, which remained open and continued to serve customers despite having its business and liquor licences suspended on Oct. 7, for not checking vaccine passports.
B.C. Premier John Horgan seems to be backing away from a steep $25 fee proposed for Freedom of Information requests, while doubling down on controversial legislative changes that would make charging for disclosure possible.
A former Gastown restaurant owner has sent a candid letter to Vancouver city officials, detailing his five year experience in the area. Uwe Boll was the owner of Bauhaus restaurant, which closed in March of 2020.
Health officials have issued a hepatitis A exposure notification for a Whistler, B.C., restaurant, and recommended vaccination for customers who were potentially exposed to the virus.
Customers hoping to book a sailing on the BC Ferries website were out of luck Thursday afternoon, after the company experienced “technical difficulties.”
It appears one B.C. hatchery program is off to a promising start, by the size of the Chinook salmon they’ve been pulling in from the Wannock River near Bella Bella.
Days before B.C. finishes gathering public feedback on a new sick leave program, an open letter signed by dozens of health professionals and academics is calling on the province to offer at least 10 employer-paid sick days.
A B.C. Supreme Court judge has granted the province’s request for a permanent injunction against Rolly’s Restaurant in Hope, which remained open after having its business and liquor licences suspended for not checking vaccine passports.
The Canadian government has quietly lifted its advisory against non-essential international travel, marking the first time since March 2020 that the notice has been lifted. 'Be aware that although you are better protected against serious illness if you are vaccinated, you may still be at risk of infection from the virus that causes COVID-19,' the updated advisory states.
Queen Elizabeth II was back at Windsor Castle on Friday and in good spirits after revelations that she spent the night in a London hospital earlier this week.
Authorities are investigating after confirming that a prop firearm discharged by actor Alec Baldwin, while producing and starring in a Western movie, killed the cinematographer and wounded the director.
A search prompted by ground-penetrating radar is resuming again on land in Edmonton that houses a former hospital where Indigenous patients suffered abuse.
Canadian Blood Services is working to update rules about who can donate and plans to submit a request to Health Canada later this year to abandon time-based requirements for gay and bisexual men.
The federal government says provinces will issue vaccine passports for international travel; plus, the search for unmarked graves.
The federal government says provinces will issue a standardized vaccine passport for international travel. Joyce Napier has more.
Glen McGregor takes a look at the newly announced Canadian COVID-19 support programs as others are set to expire this weekend.
A century-old letter mocking Canada written by Edward VIII sells at auction. Daniele Hamamdjian has more details.
Canadian virtuoso Bruce (Xiaoyu) Liu has won a prestigious international piano competition. Genevieve Beauchemin reports.
Watch Annie Bergeron Oliver's full interview with Canada's Governor General Mary May Simon.
The video shows a group of surfers seemingly unaware of the threat just below them.
Watch Dame Cindy Kiro as she becomes the first Maori woman to be sworn in as New Zealand's governor-general.
After being forced to play only in the U.S. because of the pandemic, the Raptors are back in Toronto. John Vennavally-Rao reports.