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British Columbia's COVID-19 caseload continued to surge over the weekend, with at least 20 new infections identified daily since Friday.
B.C. has a new tool in its forest firefighting arsenal: a helicopter equipped with night vision goggle technology known as a helitanker.
Health authorities in B.C.'s Interior are issuing a warning after two employees at an Okanagan farm tested positive for the coronavirus Monday.
A Vancouver based model claims she was evicted from Kentucky-Alleyne Provincial Park for doing a topless photoshoot at the end of June.
A recent outbreak in the Okanagan is serving as a cautionary tale of what happens when people gather for parties indoors.
Police released photos last week that showed black tire markings streaked across the Pride crosswalk in West Vancouver.
Child actor Sophie Grace says she fell in love with Vancouver while shooting the new Netflix reboot of "The Baby-Sitters Club," and didn't even mind doing some real-life babysitting on set.
A Victoria woman is asking people who witnessed a police cruiser crash into her vehicle last week to come forward.
There have been no surprises for Whitecaps coach Marc Dos Santos so far at the MLS is Back Tournament.
Known as Mr. Burnaby, Coun. Paul McDonell died Sunday at the age of 81.
Health officials are warning passengers on a recent flight from Kelowna to Vancouver to monitor themselves for COVID-19 symptoms.
Revelstoke RCMP and local search and rescue teams have launched a search operation after receiving reports of a body floating in the Columbia River.
The first swimmers of the year dove into Vancouver’s three largest outdoor pools Monday morning, nearly two months later than usual due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
RCMP and the BC Coroners Service are investigating the drowning death of a man at Okanagan Lake.
After the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games were postponed due to the global health crisis, Tristen Chernove shifted gears and set his sights on tackling another feat.
A man has been charged with three counts of second-degree murder following a June house fire where multiple bodies were found.
Health authorities are warning the public about a phishing scam involving Squamish General Hospital.
After more than a dozen small fires have been lit in Richmond, local Mounties say they're looking for a possible "serial arsonist."
Homicide investigators have identified the man shot and killed in Abbotsford Friday and are now appealing for dash cam footage from potential witnesses.
Indigenous bands along the west coast of British Columbia say their borders will remain closed to tourists and non-residents, despite the economic impact, as they work to raise awareness about the threat COVID-19 poses to their communities.
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