Skip to content
Join our Newsletter

B.C. News

Michael J. Fox Foundation podcast tackles COVID-19 pandemic challenges

Michael J. Fox Foundation podcast tackles COVID-19 pandemic challenges

VANCOUVER — Michael J. Fox's research foundation is launching a podcast to help people with Parkinson's disease navigate the COVID-19 pandemic. The Michael J.
RCMP recover bodies of two children after car drives off road in Chilliwack

RCMP recover bodies of two children after car drives off road in Chilliwack

CHILLIWACK, B.C. — The RCMP say the bodies of two children have been recovered after an accident in a rural part of Chilliwack, B.C. Sgt.
Trans Canada open following mudslide west of Revelstoke, B.C.

Trans Canada open following mudslide west of Revelstoke, B.C.

REVELSTOKE, B.C. — The Trans Canada Highway has been cleared following a mudslide that blocked traffic in southeastern British Columbia Sunday. DriveBC says the slide occurred between Revelstoke and Sicamous near the Kay Falls Bridge.
Teens set off flare in B.C. store in 'reckless' act, traumatize clerk: RCMP

Teens set off flare in B.C. store in 'reckless' act, traumatize clerk: RCMP

NANAIMO, B.C. — The RCMP are accusing two teenagers of creating mayhem in a convenience store in Nanaimo, B.C., after shoplifting and then setting off a flare indoors on their way out.
This B.C. mom with stage-four cancer just ran her first marathon

This B.C. mom with stage-four cancer just ran her first marathon

Lise Berube, 38, said she found the marathon hard, but “definitely easier than living with stage-four cancer.”
RCMP investigating collision that killed one person in Peachland, B.C.

RCMP investigating collision that killed one person in Peachland, B.C.

PEACHLAND, B.C. — The RCMP say one person has died following a head-on crash in British Columbia's Okanagan region. Mounties say in a statement the collision occurred Friday evening in Peachland, B.C.
Henry warns against 'missteps' as B.C. prepares to begin reopening

Henry warns against 'missteps' as B.C. prepares to begin reopening

VICTORIA — Provincial health officer Dr. Bonnie Henry is urging continued vigilance even as British Columbia prepares to begin loosening restrictions in response to COVID-19 next week.
Cancer treatments continuing amidst COVID-19 pandemic

Cancer treatments continuing amidst COVID-19 pandemic

“Cancer journeys have not stopped and neither have we."
B.C. casinos 'last on my list' to reopen: Henry

B.C. casinos 'last on my list' to reopen: Henry

Because casinos are closed indoor environments frequented by seniors and others vulnerable to the virus, she said their reopening would be considered “further down the line.”
Vancouver police say anti-Asian, hate-related crimes spiked in April

Vancouver police say anti-Asian, hate-related crimes spiked in April

Vancouver police are reporting an increase in anti-Asian, hate-motivated incidents in recent weeks.