Nearly one million British Columbians have received their first dose of COVID-19 vaccine.
The Province’s Get Vaccinated program is ramping up and is calling on everyone aged 60 and older to register.
100 Mile House RCMP is seeking assistance in a child exploitation investigation involving a teacher at a local high-school.
Dr. Bonnie Henry, B.C.'s provincial health officer, announced Thursday that WorkSafeBC inspectors have been given new duties in fighting the spread of COVID-19 transmissions in the workplace environment.
RCMP said in a media release Wednesday, recent traffic stops in the Lumby area in the North Okanagan were indeed made by an officer, and not a a suspected police impersonator.
During this pandemic, many Canadians have reported seeing and hearing more wildlife in their neighbourhoods.
The Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) says coyotes in residential areas have received heightened awareness in recent weeks.
RCMP in the north Okanagan are looking to re-unite a coin collector with his or her collection, after seizing nearly two dozen suspected stolen vintage coins from an offender stopped in Tappen, 10 kilometers north of Salmon Arm, earlier this year.
Teck Coal Limited was ordered to pay a total of $60 million in fines and monetary court orders Friday March 26, 2021, after a guilty plea was entered on two counts of unlawfully depositing a deleterious substance into water frequented by fish, contrary to s. 36(3) of the Fisheries Act. In addition to the penalty, the company must also comply with a Fisheries Act Direction.
The Prince George RCMP is pleased to confirm that the 12-year-old male youth reported missing has been located, and he is safe and sound. Thank you to the media and public for your assistance.
The Prince George RCMP is requesting the public’s assistance in locating a missing Prince George youth.
A new partnership will employ more than 1,400 tourism and hospitality workers in mass vaccination clinics — creating hundreds of jobs for B.C.’s hard-hit tourism, hospitality and sport sectors.
Figures released by the British Columbia Coroners Service identify 155 suspected illicit drug toxicity deaths in February, the 11th consecutive month in which the province has recorded more than 100 lives lost.