Skip to content

BC News

Don't park on hilly streets during a snowfall warning: Coquitlam city hall

Don't park on hilly streets during a snowfall warning: Coquitlam city hall

Several mountainous roads in Coquitlam are off limits for street parking from Nov. 1 or Dec. 1 to March 15.
Province seeks 'champions of multiculturalism, anti-racism'

Province seeks 'champions of multiculturalism, anti-racism'

Know someone who's fought against racism in your community?
Abbotsford Tulip Festival leaving Fraser Valley, will 'rebloom' in new B.C. location

Abbotsford Tulip Festival leaving Fraser Valley, will 'rebloom' in new B.C. location

“It’s a bittersweet feeling to say goodbye to the incredible community that supported our vision for the last few years," says the organizer. 🌷
B.C. man beats cancer thanks to stem cell donor from Germany

B.C. man beats cancer thanks to stem cell donor from Germany

Stakeholders, political opponents question delay in releasing B.C. care home report

Stakeholders, political opponents question delay in releasing B.C. care home report

VANCOUVER — British Columbia plans to release a report on COVID-19 outbreaks in long-term care homes today, but stakeholders consulted and the Opposition Liberals are questioning why the document wasn't released earlier.
Chinese police training in B.C. an espionage risk, critics say: Glacier Investigates

Chinese police training in B.C. an espionage risk, critics say: Glacier Investigates

Justice Institute of British Columbia has partnered with China's Public Security Bureau to facilitate a one-way exchange of students to Canada that critics say is ripe for espionage and contrary to Canadian values
COVID-19 in B.C. and Canada... one year later

COVID-19 in B.C. and Canada... one year later

Province’s first case was confirmed on Jan. 28, 2020, and rest is history
B.C. boy breaks Guinness world record for towering Jenga stack

B.C. boy breaks Guinness world record for towering Jenga stack

Experts highlight how recreationalists can do better coexisting with grizzly bears

Experts highlight how recreationalists can do better coexisting with grizzly bears

No matter what your sport of choice, we all have an impact, experts say
Most warnings lifted as heavy snow eludes much of B.C.'s south coast

Most warnings lifted as heavy snow eludes much of B.C.'s south coast

VANCOUVER — A weekend of Environment Canada warnings about snow over the south coast of British Columbia produced very little of the white stuff and all warnings except the one covering Metro Vancouver have now been lifted.