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Residents warned to stay away from rivers, streams as flood watch in effect

Residents are warned to stay away from rivers and streams as parts of the North Shore, Lower Mainland and Sunshine Coast are currently under a flood...

10,000 cozy pairs of socks wanted to help those in need on southern Vancouver Island

Heavy rainfall season has hit the South Coast and for people living on the streets, keeping their feet warm and dry can be next to impossible....

District of Saanich launches new e-bike rebate program to help reduce greenhouse gas emissions

Residents of Saanich, B.C., who are thinking about buying an electric bike may be more likely to do so now thanks to a new rebate program...

This Vancouver man knows over 20 languages — and he's sharing his secrets so you can learn more, too

A Vancouver polyglot and popular YouTuber is teaching others his secret to learning a new language, after acquiring more than two dozen foreign languages for work...

Shortage of veterinarians in B.C. has regulatory body worried about mental health of those working

British Columbia is in dire need of more veterinarians and the regulatory body for the industry is sounding the alarm about the mental health impact of heavy...

13 more die of COVID-19 in B.C. as 667 new cases confirmed

British Columbia announced 667 new cases of COVID-19 and 13 more deaths on Friday, the most deaths in one day since Feb. 3.In a written...

As many as 10 deaths feared in 'significant' COVID-19 outbreak at Burnaby care home

More than 90 people have been diagnosed with COVID-19 as a result of an outbreak at a care home in Burnaby, B.C., and officials say...

'Atmospheric river' to bring heavy rainfall to Metro Vancouver and Sunshine Coast

Environment Canada has issued a heavy rainfall warning for Metro Vancouver and the Sunshine Coast, beginning Friday morning until Sunday night due to an "atmospheric river" expected...

New inhalation overdose prevention site announced for Victoria

A new inhalation overdose prevention service in Victoria is set to open in November on a temporary basis to help address the ongoing drug toxicity...

Investigators haven't found evidence linking train activity to Lytton fire, TSB says

Investigators have not found any evidence that train activity near the village of Lytton, B.C., was responsible for the catastrophic fire that engulfed the community in...

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