Skip to content

BC News

Man and police dog are dead in what RCMP say was a 'confrontation' in B.C. city

Man and police dog are dead in what RCMP say was a 'confrontation' in B.C. city

CAMPBELL RIVER, B.C. — A man and a police dog are dead in what RCMP in British Columbia say was a confrontation with officers that is now being investigated by the provincial police watchdog. A statement from the RCMP's head office in B.C.
COVID-19 claims one life, daily case counts up

COVID-19 claims one life, daily case counts up

Daily new cases of COVID-19 are ticking back up in B.C., despite 40% being fully vaccinated
B.C. restaurants can now send cocktails-to-go with takeout, delivery orders

B.C. restaurants can now send cocktails-to-go with takeout, delivery orders

British Columbia joins Alberta and Ontario in allowing pre-mixed drinks.
B.C. man awarded $177K after deliberate car crash by another man who wanted to kill the devil

B.C. man awarded $177K after deliberate car crash by another man who wanted to kill the devil

The decision came following a lengthy trial held in Vancouver.
Help needed to count bats and find roosts this summer

Help needed to count bats and find roosts this summer

The B.C. Community Bat Program hosting annual event to monitor the province's bat population
Feds, B.C. cut deal for $10/day childcare within five years

Feds, B.C. cut deal for $10/day childcare within five years

Deal reaffirms previous promises from federal, provincial governments
Small business owners face backlash for requiring masks

Small business owners face backlash for requiring masks

Some say they've experienced uncomfortable confrontations, exchanges of choice word and, in some cases, online abuse.
Penticton goes to court over B.C. shelter in city

Penticton goes to court over B.C. shelter in city

PENTICTON, B.C. — The City of Penticton has launched a B.C. Supreme Court challenge against the provincial government's move to override its zoning bylaws for what was to be a temporary winter shelter.
B.C. government warns air quality expected to worsen

B.C. government warns air quality expected to worsen

Environment Canada has issued special air quality statements for the next 48 hours in nine jurisdictions across southern B.C., as well as in the Cariboo North, Prince George, Stuart-Nechako and Williston.
Residential schools lawyer case leads to discipline process review

Residential schools lawyer case leads to discipline process review

Regulator moves to “address the unique needs of Indigenous people”
push icon
Be the first to read breaking stories. Enable push notifications on your device. Disable anytime.
No thanks