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Vaccination details coming

Feb 28, 2021 / 5:00 pm

Details about the next phase of British Columbia's COVID-19 vaccination plan will be announced Monday. As of Friday, 252,373 doses of the Pfizer and Moderna...

Empty offices easy targets

Feb 28, 2021 / 4:49 pm

Metro Vancouver has more than four million square feet of vacant office space. Calgary has 12 million square feet of empty offices downtown alone –...

Airsoft players panicking

Feb 28, 2021 / 3:25 pm

The airsoft and paintball communities in B.C. and across Canada are rallying against Bill C-21, which could effectively shut down a sport played by thousands...

Team helps teen after fire

Feb 28, 2021 / 2:00 pm

There may be no “i” in team, but a Port Moody teen is learning there’s a whole lot of support and love, especially when the chips are down....

Calls for change after death

Feb 28, 2021 / 1:30 pm

UPDATE: 1:30 p.m. First Nation officials are calling for changes to the justice system after an indigenous man was shot and killed by police near Tofino on...

3 arrested at climate protest

Feb 28, 2021 / 12:10 pm

A show of "peaceful civil disobedience" in the name of climate action that blocked the Hornby and Smithe intersection for much of Saturday afternoon...

Second crash slows traffic

Feb 28, 2021 / 11:10 am

UPDATE: 11:10 a.m. While the crash that initially closed the Trans-Canada Highway west of Revelstoke Sunday morning has been cleared, a second crash in the area...

T-shirt using Holocaust star

Feb 27, 2021 / 7:35 pm

A Vancouver woman who is vocally anti-mask and anti-vaccination has created a t-shirt comparing the COVID-19 vaccine rollout to the Holocaust. Susan Standfield...

Hwy 3 avalanche work done

Feb 27, 2021 / 7:15 pm

UPDATED: 7:15 p.m. Highway 3 has finished its avalanche work ahead of schedule and is back open in both directions. The road has cleared between West Avalanche...

Hwy 5 now clear

Feb 27, 2021 / 6:12 pm

UPDATED: 6:12 p.m. Traffic on Highway 5, in both directions has resumed. The vehicle incident and road has cleared at Exit 286, 1 km south of Merritt. ...

Accident causing delays

Feb 27, 2021 / 4:26 pm

Reports of a vehicle incident just north of Juliet Creek road and south of Merritt are blocking the right lane of Hwy 5 heading northbound, according to...

No entrapment in arrest

Feb 27, 2021 / 2:00 pm

A man remains guilty of selling drugs outside a Prince George convenience store after his lawyer failed to convince a judge he was entrapped by undercover...

Orcas spotted on hike

Feb 27, 2021 / 1:25 pm

Samantha DeMooy went for a hike up Jocelyn Hill in Gowlland Tod Provincial Park on Wednesday (Feb. 24) and was shocked by what she saw. DeMooy said she and her...

Petitioning for junior hockey

Feb 27, 2021 / 8:03 am

A former NHL player and current hockey dad has started a petition asking the British Columbia government to allow the province’s top junior hockey leagues...

Fund boosts BC filmmakers

Feb 26, 2021 / 8:00 pm

B.C.'s motion picture industry got a shot in the arm this week. The provincial government has unveiled a $200,000 domestic motion picture fund, "Reel...

Big Hwy 1 delays looming

Feb 26, 2021 / 5:00 pm

As spring arrives, that means roadwork season is just around the corner. One of the largest projects affecting highway travellers in B.C. will be the fourth and...

Discrimination at coffee bar

Feb 26, 2021 / 3:59 pm

A Vancouver coffee bar owner must pay four people $1,000 each after a B.C. Human Rights Tribunal found she discriminated against them on the basis of race in...

589 new cases, 7 deaths

Feb 26, 2021 / 3:32 pm

The provincial government has announced 589 new coronavirus cases, including 39 in the Interior Health region. The new cases bring B.C.’s total since the...

Final notice for hospice

Feb 26, 2021 / 3:03 pm

A provincially funded society that refused to provide medical assistance in dying has been issued a final notice about its breach of a lease at a facility in...

Slight rebound expected

Feb 26, 2021 / 2:59 pm

Finance Minister Selina Robinson says she's encouraged by predictions that British Columbia's economy will rebound this year and next. Robinson heard...