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The East Kootenay Regional Hospital in Cranbrook, B.C. is cancelling dozens of surgeries this week due to a 'critical' shortage of anesthesiologists.
968,000 people skimped on necessities to pay for their medicine in 2016, researchers found.
Mayor Josie Osborne says Tofino won't set a July 1 deadline to bring in local bylaws on legal cannabis sales in Canada's surfing capital.
Ralf Dauns gave up the corporate life to make soup in North Vancouver and has been doing so as The Soup Meister for 22 years.
More than 100 people are expected to rally outside the Vancouver constituency office of Justice Minister Jody Wilson-Raybould on Tuesday afternoon, to show their support for the 'Justice for Colten' movement.
A structure fire at an inn and restaurant has closed Highway 97 between Prince George and Dawson Creek.
Seventeen years after Canada legalized medical marijuana, the corrections system is grappling with how to handle convicts who say they need pot for health reasons, a recent B.C. court judgment reveals.
North Shore Rescue volunteers camped overnight to stay near the pair.
Neither areas were part of the rollout of announcements the government made last week, heightening the belief they will be a centrepiece of the throne speech and subsequent budget.
As a new tax on Airbnb rentals in B.C. inches closer, there are concerns that the 11 per cent levy will make travellers choose tax-free vacation rental services.
More than one million British Columbians are sole caregivers to a family member in need — and many end up sacrificing their own health looking after a loved one.
Businesses touting cannabis-infused food and drink position themselves to snap up opportunities in what is expected to be an explosive market.
Craft beer production in B.C. has done so well, breweries are now being targeted for acquisition by large multinational companies. Some brewers are also worried marijuana sales could hurt their revenues.
All three rescues involved airlifting out injured snowshoers.
Up to 15 centimetres could fall by Wednesday morning.
A 52-year-old man from Nanaimo was driving a snowmobile in the area of Mount Callaghan when a cornice collapsed underneath him.
One person has been taken to hospital after a helicopter had a hard landing at Victoria International Airport on Monday afternoon.
Ross Rebagliati, a cannabis advocate, says the stigma around athletes using it as a performance-enhancing drug is slowly dissipating.
The Alberta government will be rolling out an online plan to allow regular citizens to have their say about the ongoing trade dispute with B.C., but Premier Rachel Notley has no other plans to escalate the trade sanctions — at least not yet.
Travis Lulay extended his contract with the B.C. Lions for the 2018 season on Monday.