On Tuesday, August 17, the latest numbers shows B.C. is reporting 501 new cases of COVID-19, including nine epi-linked cases, for a total of 157,014 cases in the province.
Public Health is taking an important step to address recent breakthrough COVID-19 cases in long-term care facilities, making it mandatory for all health-care workers in care homes to be fully vaccinated from COVID-19 by Oct. 12, 2021.
As drought and water scarcity continues to rise for most of the southern half of British Columbia, the B.C. government is reminding everyone of the concerns about water supply security for users and the environment.
The wildfire situation is continually evolving, and the information below is current as of 7 p.m. (Pacific time) on Monday, Aug. 9, 2021.
For real-time updates on evacuation alerts and orders, visit: https://twitter.com/EmergencyInfoBC
More than 33,000 British Columbians showed up at clinics throughout the province and got vaccinated during the first Walk-in Wednesday, including more than 8,100 first doses.
Kelowna RCMP released a photo and video of the suspect allegedly fleeing the scene after the shooting of two men Saturday at 7p.m., around Pandosy Street and KLO Road in Kelowna.
Police said the initial investigation has resulted in the identification of video of a suspect allegedly fleeing the scene after the shooting occurred.
Kelowna RCMP remain on the scene of a dual shooting after finding an explosive device near the scene, according to a release issued Sunday afternoon.
"On July 31, 2021, just before 7 p.m., Kelowna RCMP responded to a two person shooting in area of Pandosy Street and KLO Road in Kelowna," the release said.
Extraordinarily high demand for emergency services has led to longer wait times on police non-emergency lines answered by E-Comm, as call takers prioritize a record-breaking number of 9-1-1 calls from people in life or death situations.
Municipalities throughout the province can now move more quickly to prevent plastics from polluting their communities.
Under new rules, local governments can institute bans on plastic bags and certain single-use plastics without provincial approval.
Competing on the world’s biggest stage as one of the best is a dream for many athletes, and Celina Toth will be fulfilling it when she steps to the edge of the 10 metre platform in Tokyo in early August.
One of the people who will be proudly and nervously following her every move is boyfriend Stephen Bains, who happens to be a BC Transit driver.