VPD seek help in finding missing Indigenous woman
Vancouver Police are asking for the public’s help in locating 25-year-old Autumn Mackillop, an indigenous woman missing since early November.
$6,900 in COVID-19 tickets issued by Vancouver police
Vancouver police issued $6,900 in fines for flouting COVID-19 rules in four different incidents over the weekend.
Open letter to BC Parents from BCTF President Teri Mooring
BC’s teachers care deeply about our students, your children. We are all working incredibly hard to make sure they are
Vancouver party host fined $2,300 for COVID-19 rules violation
Vancouver Police has issued $2,300 fine to a homeowner for flouting the orders of the Public Health Officer. On Saturday
COVID-19: Canadians not using free mental health resources
Many Canadians are not making use of virtual resources that could help them cope with the mental health impacts of
Snow storm, snowfall alert for Coquihalla and Sea to Sky highways
A winter storm and snowfall warning has been issued for Coquihalla Highway, and Sea to Sky Highway.
Two injured in collision between logging truck and SUV on Highway 99
Squamish RCMP is looking for witnesses or dash cam footage of the accident on Highway 99 that sent two people to hospital yesterday.
Collision involving logging truck on Highway 99
There has been a collision involving logging truck on Highway 99, north of Squamish. Emergency crews on scene, and lane
WorkSafeBC to conduct COVID-19 inspections in VCH, Fraser health region
WorkSafeBC is conducting enhanced COVID-19 inspections and consultations at workplaces in Vancouver Coastal Health regions as cases of COVID-19 continue to rise.
TransLink pilot to use copper in SkyTrains, buses to combat COVID-19
TransLink will be the first transit system in North America to pilot the use of bacteria and virus killing copper on high-touch transit surfaces.
IKEA Coquitlam closed after employee tests positive for COVID-19
IKEA Coquitlam has been closed temporarily after a worker tested positive for COVID-19.
RCMP to enforce COVID-19 regulations on BC Ferries
Starting this weekend, RCMP officers will be on board some BC Ferries vessels to educate passengers on safety rules and to enforce regulations.
BC Ferries offers free travel for military personnel on Remembrance Day
To acknowledge and honour the service of active, reserve and retired military personnel, and cadets, BC Ferries is once again
Police hike Stawamus Chief mountain to rescue suicidal person
A person suffering a mental health crisis on the Stawamus Chief was talked out of suicide and brought back to safety by Squamish RCMP officers.
Canadian soldier killed while training in Alberta
A Canadian Army soldier has died as the result of a gunshot wound sustained while training at Canadian Forces Base Wainwright in Alberta.
88-year-old woman injured by fireworks in Vancouver
An 88-year-old woman living in a fifth floor apartment in the West End in Vancouver was injured by fireworks.
COS set trap to capture grizzly bear in Squamish
The Conservation Officer Service (COS) has issued a warning after a grizzly bear was seen—yet again— in a residential neighborhood in Squamish.
Man jumps out of moving car in Whistler after police try to stop him
A driver in Whistler jumped out of a moving car after a Whistler RCMP officer tried to pull over the
Four plead guilty to smuggling steroids in BC
Four people have pleaded guilty in Vancouver Provincial Court for their role in steroid smuggling and distribution ring.
Four men charged for illegal export of cannabis
Four men from the Surrey and Langley areas are facing charges in connection with a cannabis exportation investigation that saw five search warrants executed in the lower mainland last year.