Vancouver Island mill faces 30-day closure due to lack of
Hundreds of forest industry workers will be affected as a pulp and paper mill on Vancouver Island shuts down for one month because it says it can't get enough wood.
Transport Canada to launch school bus seatbelt pilots in
Some kids who take the bus to school in British Columbia and Sudbury, Ont., can expect to buckle up as part of a new seatbelt pilot project announced by
the federal government on Friday.
soccer team makes play for World Cup in Langford
The road to the FIFA World Cup leads through the Westhills Stadium in Langford on March 27.
Protesters attempt shutdown of B.C. government offices in Victoria
Protesters descended on provincial government ministries in downtown Victoria Friday morning in an effort to shut down the public service over opposition to a pipeline in northern B.C. 4
logging rally coming to B.C. legislature lawn
Forestry workers from across the province are planning to rally on the lawn of the B.C legislature as the provincial budget
Where are my wheels? Nanaimo
RCMP seize stolen bikes, look for owners
Investigators in Nanaimo are hoping to reunite some forlorn cyclists with their stolen bikes.
Capital region's biosolids ban to be lifted this summer
Almost a decade ago, the Capital Regional District banned the spreading of biosolids, which are treated pellets made from human waste.That ban could be partially lifted as early as this summer.
AROUND THE PROVINCE
people stabbed at Cabana Lounge nightclub on Granville Street
Four people were stabbed at the Cabana Lounge at around 3 a.m. Saturday morning, and are now in hospital
with non-life threatening injuries, according to Vancouver police.
rescued after falling from 40-foot cliff near Chilliwack
The three teenagers had only minor injuries after being rescued by Chilliwack Search and Rescue Friday night
near Chilliwack’s Promontory neighbourhood.
concerned by looming condo insurance crisis
Condo buildings in British Columbia are on the verge of an insurance crisis as premiums soar to unprecedented heights
suspect arrested in B.C. Interior
Police in British Columbia's Interior say they have arrested a woman suspected of brandishing a hammer for the purpose
of robbing a Dairy Queen earlier this week.
Fifth case of COVID-19
recorded in B.C., health officials say
There is a new, presumptive positive case of COVID-19 in B.C. health officials announced Friday.
Emilio Estevez, Lauren Graham shooting 'The Mighty
Ducks' reboot in Vancouver
Emilio Estevez and Lauren Graham are lacing up their skates for a new Disney+ series based on "The Mighty Ducks" franchise, which is already in production in Vancouver.
Annual Women's Memorial March draws hundreds to Downtown Eastside
Hundreds gathered in Vancouver's Downtown Eastside Friday for the annual Women's Memorial March.
arrest man who allegedly stole a BCAA tow truck in downtown Vancouver
The incident happened near the intersection of Granville and Smithe streets, where the suspect stole
the BCAA truck while it was towing another vehicle, police say.
charged in Surrey counterfeit currency ring, RCMP say
Mounties in Surrey say they have broken up a counterfeit currency ring that had circulated more than US$5,000 in
fake bills at businesses in the city's Newton neighbourhood.
closes over COVID-19 concerns
A Richmond temple has closed its doors, citing an effort to stop the spread of COVID-19.