Province announces new ‘circuit breaker’ business grant
BC Government has announced a new grant for businesses affected by the ‘circuit breaker’ measures it announced on March 30.
American anglers fined over $70,000 for violating Canada’s Fisheries Act
Three American recreational anglers were ordered to pay more than $70,000 in fines and forfeitures by court for violating the Canadian Fisheries Act.
Police seek info after bulldog puppies stolen from South Surrey
Surrey RCMP is requesting the public’s assistance into into a break and enter where three puppies were stolen in South
VPD seeks public’s help in finding autistic boy
Vancouver Police are asking for help to find a missing autistic boy who was last seen leaving his East Vancouver
Squamish athlete will climb Chief 17 times in 24 hours
When accomplished local athlete Jen Segger moved to Squamish 20 years ago, she quietly set a goal for herself. Her
Snowfall warning for Coquihalla Highway
Snowfall warning is in effect for Coquihalla Highway. Snowfall with total amounts of 15 to 20 cm is expected.
New COVID-19 outbreak declared at Vancouver General Hospital
A COVID-19 outbreak has been declared on the fifth floor of the Joseph & Rosalie Segal Family Health Centre (Segal Centre) at Vancouver General Hospital after two clients tested positive for COVID-19.
BC Liberals call for more transparent COVID-19 data reporting
John Horgan needs to be honest with British Columbians when it comes to how COVID-19 and its variant strains are
Canadians divided in desire for home prices to rise or tank
Not long after COVID-19 lockdowns began in May 2020, the head of the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation predicted a
12 new cellphone towers to be installed along Highway of Tears
Highway 16 from Prince Rupert to Prince George will soon have cellular coverage along the entire route, fulfilling a critical recommendation to make the highway safer, province says.
Sunshine Coast resident finds grenade in garden
A citizen in Sunshine Coast called police after the resident found an old grenade in the garden. Police didn’t specify
Health Canada issues advisory for face masks that may contain graphene
Health Canada is advising Canadians to not use face masks that contain graphene because there is a potential that they
Suspect arrested in violent SkyTrain robbery
Metro Vancouver Transit Police have identified and arrested a suspect believed to be responsible for a violent robbery on SkyTrain.
IHIT investigating after human remains found in Hope
The Integrated Homicide Investigation Team (IHIT) is calling on the public to help further its investigation after human remains were found in Hope.
Several people stabbed in Kelowna; one arrested
West Kelowna RCMP are investigating after several people were stabbed early Sunday morning. On March 28, just before 2 am,
Canada is a big contributor to global commercial wildlife trade
A new report released by the global charity World Animal Protection explains the extent of Canada’s role in sustaining the
53% Canadians worried someone in their household may lose job
On April 19, Canadians will learn the contents of the first federal budget they have seen in more than two
BC more than doubles fines for some COVID-19 violations
Fines for promoting and attending gatherings that contravene the provincial health officer’s (PHO) order just got more expensive. Effective immediately,
Radium Hot Springs is the friendliest town in Canada: Expedia users
After a year in which vacations were few or far between, what better way to ease back into travelling than
BC saw a dramatic rise in pre-conception cannabis use after legalization
Cannabis use among women who were about to conceive children nearly doubled following B.C.’s legalization of cannabis in 2018, a