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A meteorologist says unseasonably warm weather in B.C. is once again causing a large area of the Pacific Ocean to heat up considerably, emulating a phenomenon from past years known as the “blob.”
Police said they have ruled out alcohol, drugs and speed as factors in the crash, but their investigation is still ongoing.
Two people have been charged after British Columbia's Conservation Officer Service says they posted photos of themselves on social media hand feeding Timbits and hot dogs to bears.
It's day 7 of sunshine in Metro Vancouver and the forecast calls for more sunny days before the rain arrives on Tuesday.
Passengers shocked and delighted that debit is now being offered on the Tsawwassen to Swartz Bay run.
Stew Young has been mayor of Langford since 1992 and has been acclaimed four of his eight mayoral terms. He's being challenged this time by longtime Langford resident Robert Fraser.
A coalition of groups concerned about the health risks associated with marijuana is calling legalization a "dark day for Canada."
Indigenous actor Duane Howard says he is losing work over allegations he sexually assaulted teen 25 years ago
Indigenous actor Duane Howard says he is losing film work amidst allegations of raping a teenage girl 25 years ago
"I'll keep going until the news of my death comes out, which will probably be fake too," the B.C. singer says
Humans know not to marry their cousins. But the endangered Vancouver Island marmot doesn't have much choice. One Vancouver Island researcher is now looking into the potential problem of marmot inbreeding.
A group of researchers, including astronomers from the University of Victoria, is one step closer to understanding what the early universe was like, with the discovery of one of its oldest-known stars.
Advance voting numbers are up considerably in some Metro Vancouver cities, but it’s too early to say whether that means anything for the outcome of Saturday’s civic elections, according to a pollster.
'It's very concerning': Drought in northern and central B.C. affecting wildlife from ducks to salmon
October's long dry spell in the northwest of British Columbia may be coming to an end with rain in the forecast. But damage from the prolonged drought, which reached a level 4 warning in some areas, has already impacted wildlife in the region.
Two Prince Rupert men who have advocated for cannabis legalization for years reflect on the significance of the legal change.
The stolen black Hummer H3 pictured on the tape was used in the shooting that killed Sumeet Randhawa on Oct. 11, IHIT says.
Located at 8902 Milton Street, the donated land is currently home to a parking lot. It is adjacent to the where the Fraser Arms Hotel used to operate. According to a statement, the hotel was purchased by Musqueam in 1991.
The first B.C. Cannabis Store opens in Kamloops at 10 a.m.
A recent study by Clean Energy Canada has found there aren’t enough electric vehicles in B.C. to keep up with demand.
With news this month that a major $40-billion liquefied natural gas project is going ahead — connecting Dawson Creek in the northeast to Kitimat in the northwest — the major question in each community is who is best positioned to manage the money.
Dispensaries selling pot are clearing their shelves, and in many cases, holding blowout sales as recreational pot becomes legal across Canada.