British Columbia

Man and woman found dead at Salt Spring Island home in BC

Two bodies were found on Salt Spring Island in BC on Monday, prompting a police investigation.

Quinn Patrick Quinn Patrick

Protestors in BC told to monitor themselves for coronavirus symptoms

Health officials in BC are warning anyone who participated in the Vancouver protest on Sunday to monitor their health.

Sam Edwards Sam Edwards

Murder hornets cross Canadian border

Murder hornets have been spotted in Canada after provincial apiculturist Paul Van Westendorp confirmed it via photograph by a beekeeper from BC.

Quinn Patrick Quinn Patrick

WATCH: Canadian-Uyghurs celebrate Meng Wanzhou verdict, praise Canada's rule of law

A group of Canadian-Uyghurs were present at the Meng Wanzhou case today, demanding better treatment for their people and celebrating Canada's rule of law.

Nico Johnson Nico Johnson

Young woman surprised to match with Jessica Yaniv on lesbians-only dating app

In Vancouver, a 23-year-old woman downloaded lesbian dating app HER in the hope of meeting someone for love and companionship. Instead, she matched with Jessica Yaniv.

Erin Perse Erin Perse

Huawei's Meng Wanzhou loses ruling on double criminality

British Columbia supreme court Justice Heather Holmes released her verdict today on the case of Huawei executive and daughter of its founder, Meng Wanzhou.

Libby Emmons Libby Emmons

Tragic Snowbirds crash shows Canadian Armed Forces deserve better funding, equipment

Amid our national grief, there is a growing recognition that our heroic armed forces members deserve much better equipment, both for their safety and for the effective defence of our nation.

Spencer Fernando Spencer Fernando

Former Snowbirds express confidence in CT-114 Tutors despite report citing 'significant' safety concerns

A former commander of the Snowbirds and a former team member say that they have no concerns about their safety when flying the Canadian CT-114 Tutors.

Sam Edwards Sam Edwards

BC homeless to get free cell phones to help with social distancing

British Columbia will be providing cell phones with data plans to those homeless and in need so they may better practice social distancing.

Quinn Patrick Quinn Patrick

Vancouver transit police looking for suspect involved in violent attack on bus

After a man violently attacked a woman on a bus, Metro Vancouver Transit Police are asking for help from the public to identify the suspect.

Sam Edwards Sam Edwards

BC health officials believe it is still too early to reopen border with US

Top health officials in British Columbia believe it’s still too early to reopen the United States Border as the province plans the reopening of its economy.

Sam Edwards Sam Edwards

Wet'suwet'en elected chiefs calling for resignation of Liberal Crown-Indigenous Relations Minister

Elected Wet’suwet’en chiefs are calling on Carolyn Bennett—the Crown-Indigenous Relations Minister—to resign immediately.

Sam Edwards Sam Edwards

101-year-old BC World War II veteran sets out to raise $101,000 for coronavirus charity by walking 101 laps

Hillman, who was born in Wales in 1919, says his motivation will be his wife of 79 years, Irene Hillman. He has already raised an impressive $36,846.

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz Roberto Wakerell-Cruz

BC man dies after life-saving surgery was cancelled due to coronavirus

Hospital protocols have come under fire after a man dies waiting for a crucial surgery that was cancelled due to Covid-19.

Collin Jones Collin Jones

'Murder Hornet' reaches North America, reported on Vancouver Island

The hornets have reportedly been seen as far north as Vancouver Island.

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz Roberto Wakerell-Cruz