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A B.C. study that compared where kids live to their overall development suggests the benefits of being close to nature can have a dramatic impact at a young age.

A former high school teacher from Richmond, B.C., has had his licence suspended over "multiple boundary violations" involving several different students.

B.C. provides final COVID update of the week after topping 200,000 cases

Earlier this year, a Vancouver city councillor openly handed out hard drugs, but she was never charged by police.

Vaccine mandates for school staff: Here's a quick look at the province's guidance for B.C. boards

Mounties in the Salmon Arm area are investigating the strange death of a horse.

With more than 62,000 children pre-registered for COVID-19 vaccines, Pfizer appears to be one step closer to approval of a shot for kids.

The Canadian government has eased travel guidelines for fully vaccinated people and some think that may impact the cost of travel insurance.

A man from northern B.C. is speaking out to urge vaccination against COVID-19 as his pregnant wife clings to life in a hospital ICU some 1,200 kilometres from home.

An unvaccinated pregnant woman from B.C.'s north is fighting for her life after catching COVID-19.


People who are fully vaccinated are still getting sick and even the number of those ending up in hospital is rising.

A backlash is growing among some B.C. businesses over the province’s incoming vaccine card program. Many have gone online to advertise that they will not be checking for proof of vaccination, in defiance of the public health order.

Experts say the growing percentage of fully vaccinated ICU patients is because more and more of the general population is fully vaccinated.

Liberal candidate who flipped 14 B.C. properties in a decade declines to reveal profit, won't commit to ending practice if elected

The number of British Columbians in hospital due to COVID-19 is a tightly-held secret, as the province removes those who are no longer infectious from the tally – even though those individuals may spend months in treatment.

Yonah Diamond from the Raoul Wallenberg Centre for Human Rights urges action to hold China accountable for the genocicde of Uyghurs.​

Alberta's energy minister says the United Nations is an unelected, unaccountable body that has no business criticizing Canada's energy megaprojects.

“Yeah, there is nothing happening in the airport. It’s insane. All other airports have been really spot on. This airport? Nothing happening,” said traveller Emma Logan.