Skip to content

BC News

Vancouver mail thief had 121 letters when arrested

Vancouver mail thief had 121 letters when arrested

Man caught with stolen mail, identification not belonging to him says 'I'm sorry' in court
Preliminary hearing set for Vancouver man accused in double homicide

Preliminary hearing set for Vancouver man accused in double homicide

Vancouver's Jason Holland faces murder charges in connection with the July 2020 shooting deaths of two men in a Commercial Drive home.
Mixed up coffee orders, COVID confusion among top ‘nuisance calls’ to B.C. 911 operators

Mixed up coffee orders, COVID confusion among top ‘nuisance calls’ to B.C. 911 operators

During 911's busiest year to date people actually called in to report messy roommates or ask why the bus wasn't coming
Dr. Bonnie Henry comments on why she isn't pushing N95 masks in wake of surging COVID-19 cases

Dr. Bonnie Henry comments on why she isn't pushing N95 masks in wake of surging COVID-19 cases

Experts say they help curb the spread of the Omicron variant.
B.C. promotes EVs, but can you even get one?

B.C. promotes EVs, but can you even get one?

As gas prices increase, the B.C. government is hoping people will opt for an electric vehicle
Forest Practices Board ruling finds Tolko followed rules, but could have done more to prevent slides

Forest Practices Board ruling finds Tolko followed rules, but could have done more to prevent slides

Forest Practices Board investigation found Vernon's Tolko Industries could have done more to limit landslides
After heavy snowfall, rain takes over; ferry sailings cancelled due to winds

After heavy snowfall, rain takes over; ferry sailings cancelled due to winds

Environment Canada has issued a wind warning: 70 km/h gusting to 90 beginning Friday morning, continuing to early afternoon
Prince George may become first airport terminal worldwide to open cannabis retail store

Prince George may become first airport terminal worldwide to open cannabis retail store

Flying high at YXS takes on a new meaning
Soft December job growth for B.C. as flooding takes its toll

Soft December job growth for B.C. as flooding takes its toll

Province adds 400 jobs, unemployment falls to 5.3%
Popping bottles: Vancouver woman kicks off 2022 with $1 million lotto win

Popping bottles: Vancouver woman kicks off 2022 with $1 million lotto win

The lucky New Year's Day winner's first purchase with her bucks was some bubbly 🍾
push icon
Be the first to read breaking stories. Enable push notifications on your device. Disable anytime.
No thanks