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Grade 12 students from across the province usually mark the milestone of high school graduation around this time of year, but the pandemic has affected those plans. @tinalovgreen  dropped by a Surrey church that helped a local high school pull off a substitute celebration:

Tourism within B.C. could be possible 'very soon,' Dr. Bonnie Henry says

B.C. woman shot during police 'wellness check' just made fresh start to be with her child, family says

The president of the Union of B.C. Indian Chiefs is asking for help from a living kidney donor in a written appeal that details his worsening chronic kidney disease.

Families renew call for tips, 2 years after teens slain in targeted shooting

Her family says 26-year-old Chantel Moore, a Vancouver Island woman who was shot in New Brunswick by police early Thursday, was "kind, gentle and bubbly" and making a fresh start to be closer to her mother and five-year-old daughter Gracie.


A fishing crew shot this video of a knock-down, drag-out fight between an octopus and bald eagle off the coast of northern Vancouver Island. Read more about how they rescued the raptor:

Try to get this song out of your head. 3 young brothers from Ladner, B.C., wrote and performed a tune that calls on people to "stay home" during the coronavirus pandemic.

Watch the timelapse of the climate strike across Cambie Street in Vancouver. The march from Vancouver City Hall to the Vancouver Public Library took roughly an hour and 30 minutes.

Jogger crosses U.S. border by accident, detained by authorities for 2 weeks

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For over a decade, Tinney Davidson waved out the window of her Comox home to students on their way to school. Now she's moving away, so the students gave her a proper send-off. More:

BREAKING: A B.C. Supreme Court judge has delivered a major blow to Meng Wanzhou, ruling that extradition proceedings against the Huawei executive should proceed.

BREAKING NEWS: Autopsy confirms B.C. homicide suspects Kam McLeod and Bryer Schmegelsky were the two people found dead along Manitoba’s Nelson River last week. They died of suicide by gunfire.

Cell phone footage captured the dramatic moment a woman pulled a dog from the icy waters of Trout Lake. Full story here: by