British Columbia


Canada's coronavirus numbers skewed by inadequate testing

Canada's coronavirus numbers skewed by inadequate testing

Limited access to coronavirus testing means that Canadians are not getting an accurate count of how many cases are active in the nation.

Sam McGriskin Sam McGriskin
Tree planting delayed in BC interior due to coronavirus fears

Tree planting delayed in BC interior due to coronavirus fears

The current coronavirus pandemic has shed uncertainty onto this year's reforestation season in British Columbia’s interior.

Sam McGriskin Sam McGriskin
WATCH: BC declares state of emergency amid coronavirus pandemic

WATCH: BC declares state of emergency amid coronavirus pandemic

British Columbia has declared a provincial state of emergency, becoming the third province to do so amidst the coronavirus pandemic.

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz Roberto Wakerell-Cruz
EXCLUSIVE: University of Victoria de-platforms conservative speaker after threats of left-wing violence

EXCLUSIVE: University of Victoria de-platforms conservative speaker after threats of left-wing violence

U Vic has cancelled a conservative from speaking because there were "considerable concerns around safety and security for this event.”

Nico Johnson Nico Johnson
Man dies after being shocked and pepper-sprayed by RCMP in Whistler

Man dies after being shocked and pepper-sprayed by RCMP in Whistler

An investigation is underway concerning the death of a man in BC on Sunday. The man was pepper sprayed by Mounties who also used a stun gun to shock him.

Sam McGriskin Sam McGriskin
BREAKING: First coronavirus death in Canada

BREAKING: First coronavirus death in Canada

BC health officials have confirmed that the first Canadian to be diagnosed with coronavirus passed away in a senior care home in North Vancouver.

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz Roberto Wakerell-Cruz
Extreme weather advisory issued for Vancouver

Extreme weather advisory issued for Vancouver

An extreme weather advisory has been issued for the city of Vancouver with temperatures likely to reach below freezing over the weekend.

Quinn Patrick Quinn Patrick
First coronavirus case of unknown origins confirmed in BC

First coronavirus case of unknown origins confirmed in BC

A BC woman has been infected with coronavirus despite having not recently travelled or come in contact with anyone who has the virus

Sam McGriskin Sam McGriskin
BREAKING: Train derailment in central BC, school evacuated

BREAKING: Train derailment in central BC, school evacuated

A train derailment in BC led to a local school being evacuated. It happened approximately 40 kilometres east of Prince George

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz Roberto Wakerell-Cruz
BC exports fall $30 million a day due to anti-pipeline blockades, cargo may be diverted permanently

BC exports fall $30 million a day due to anti-pipeline blockades, cargo may be diverted permanently

BC is losing $30 million a day in exports due to the ongoing anti-pipeline blockades that continue across Canada. These losses may be permanent.

Barrett Wilson Barrett Wilson
Former BC Scouts Canada volunteer charged with child pornography

Former BC Scouts Canada volunteer charged with child pornography

A Surrey, B.C. man who volunteered with Scouts Canada has been charged with accessing, possession, and distribution of child pornography

Quinn Patrick Quinn Patrick
Eight-year-old BC boy wins $200 in weed at hockey tournament

Eight-year-old BC boy wins $200 in weed at hockey tournament

A young boy playing in a hockey tournament over the weekend won a gift basket full of $200 worth of cannabis products in Dawsone Creek, BC.

Quinn Patrick Quinn Patrick
Former BC youth coach receives 8 years for sexually assaulting young boys

Former BC youth coach receives 8 years for sexually assaulting young boys

The former coach of a youth badminton team in Victoria has been sentenced to eight years after being convicted of eight charges of sexual assault

Sam McGriskin Sam McGriskin
Coastal GasLink Pipeline construction to resume work after agreement reached

Coastal GasLink Pipeline construction to resume work after agreement reached

The CGL pipeline in British Columbia is expected to resume work after talks between hereditary chiefs and government reached a proposed arrangement.

Quinn Patrick Quinn Patrick
Fire breaks out at CN Rail building in BC

Fire breaks out at CN Rail building in BC

Firefighters in BC are working to put out a fire that began at a CN Rail building in Prince Rupert early on Sunday afternoon.

Sam McGriskin Sam McGriskin