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Backcountry skier spends Christmas Eve lost on Mount Seymour

Backcountry skier spends Christmas Eve lost on Mount Seymour

North Shore Rescue members guide lost skier out of Suicide Gully on Christmas Day
Lheidli T’enneh files claim for 1913 village destruction

Lheidli T’enneh files claim for 1913 village destruction

Chief Dolleen Logan reflects on the big moments of 2021 and hopes for 2022
B.C. extends state of emergency again that was put in place after November rain

B.C. extends state of emergency again that was put in place after November rain

VICTORIA — British Columbia is again extending its provincial state of emergency that's been in place after torrential rain caused severe flooding and mudslides last month.
B.C. health officials report more than 6,000 COVID-19 cases over three-day period

B.C. health officials report more than 6,000 COVID-19 cases over three-day period

VICTORIA — British Columbia health officials reported 6,288 COVID-19 cases for a three-day period. A news release Monday says the case numbers are "preliminary.
Active COVID cases in B.C. surge past 10,000 as new daily infections hit fourth straight high

Active COVID cases in B.C. surge past 10,000 as new daily infections hit fourth straight high

New daily cases in B.C. has now breached 2,000 for two straight days
Police thank resident for turning in $9,000, money returned to business owner

Police thank resident for turning in $9,000, money returned to business owner

VICTORIA — Police are thanking a Good Samaritan who found an envelope containing $9,000 in downtown Victoria on Tuesday and turned it in.
White Christmas: No dream for drivers in Metro Vancouver as frigid weather arrives

White Christmas: No dream for drivers in Metro Vancouver as frigid weather arrives

VANCOUVER — All signs point to a rare white Christmas for British Columbia's south coast as winter storm warnings covered much of the province, but an incoming system created headaches for drivers in Metro Vancouver within hours of its arrival.
Simon Fraser, UVic, UNBC plan virtual start to university term as pandemic surges

Simon Fraser, UVic, UNBC plan virtual start to university term as pandemic surges

VANCOUVER — Three more British Columbia universities are rejigging the start of their winter terms as the Omicron variant of COVID-19 swells cases of the virus across the province.

B.C. reports 2,046 new COVID-19 infections with high demand for tests

VICTORIA — British Columbia reported 2,046 new COVID-19 infections on Thursday, eclipsing the previous record set the day before as the Omicron variant spreads.
Why does Omicron reporting take longer in B.C.?

Why does Omicron reporting take longer in B.C.?

Whole-genome sequencing provides a full map of the virus