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Prices went up by a cent overnight.
The government has issued warnings about rabbit haemorrhagic disease, a calicivirus that causes a fever, convulsions and kills a rabbit within 36 hours.
Nineteen types of microgreens distributed in B.C. and Alberta are included in the recall.
Adam Laboucan was 17 when he was given an indeterminate prison sentence for sexually assaulting a three-month-old boy in Quesnel, B.C., in 1999.
The future of the province’s oldest high school is uncertain and whether Victoria High is torn down or upgraded, it will likely mean the end to the century-old steam radiators and boilers.
The tiny village of Burns Lake has become a hot spot for 50/50 lottery sales after someone noticed there are more winning tickets per person bought there than any other place in B.C.
Under the legislation, the Ministry of Children and Family Development said they will share more information with Indigenous communities as soon as a child goes into care.
Expect some long-awaited details from the province this week on how marijuana will be regulated when it becomes legal in July 2018.
The bar of the Regent Hotel on Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside has been closed for what officials are calling “egregious,” repeated safety violations. A Vancouver Fire and Rescue spokesperson said the bar's poor state is a risk to people living in the SRO above.
A driving instructor says he and others are knowingly sending hundreds of ill-prepared semi drivers onto Canada’s highways, grid roads and city streets every year.
In a release, Surrey RCMP said the bridge would be closed due to a police incident. There was no estimated time for the route to re-open.
Vehicle attacks are exceedingly difficult to prevent, and, as demonstrated by Monday's tragedy in Toronto that left 10 people dead and many more injured, they can have brutal outcomes. Officials in Vancouver have been taking such attacks into account while making event security plans.
Kamloops' Elwood Delaney lost his 80-year-old grandmother, Dorothy Sewell, in Monday's van attack in Toronto.
Across B.C., people are showing their support for Toronto, after a van attack in the city on Monday left a trail of death.
Two Polish mountain climbers were rescued by B.C. emergency responders after surviving an avalanche in Mt. Robson Park and calling home for help.
Enrolment suspended after report finds UVic Indigenous Governance program left students 'traumatized'
The University of Victoria is suspending new student enrolment for its Indigenous Governance program after a third-party review of the program found evidence of "dysfunctional classroom dynamics" that left current and former students "traumatized."
Backlash toward the University of Alberta is escalating, with donors pulling funding and rallies being planned in reaction to the university's decision to award David Suzuki an honorary degree.
No contamination has been found in the product and no illnesses have been reported, company says.
A University of Victoria researcher is one step closer to developing a potential vaccine against syphilis, after securing a patent for a protein aimed at stopping the disease from entering the blood.
It's been nearly two years since the City of Vancouver ordered unlicensed dispensaries to shut down or face legal consequences and, while some have paid the $30,000 licensing fee, many more continue to operate outside the rules.