Here's some good news from the local mountains for the long weekend.
You can still experience some of the very best that B.C. has to offer even when it’s rainy and gloomy outside. In fact, there are plenty of activities which are even better at this time of year.
Two recent rescues serve as reminders for those venturing into British Columbia's outdoors to be properly prepared.
After an unknown vandal (or group of vandals) severed the Sea to Sky Gondola’s main cable last August, crews knew that repairing the damage would be no easy feat.
The tropical species native to the coast of southern California was found on the shore of Vancouver Island earlier this month.
Watch out for poisonous mushrooms, the B.C. Centre for Disease Control (BCCDC) warned today (October 28).
Things are expected to get extremely blustery in Vancouver today.
Ferry travelers between the Lower Mainland and southern Vancouver Island will now have a chance to enjoy a beer or glass of wine on select sailings this year.
If sometime next year you start wondering why there appear to be more tourists in Vancouver than usual, this might explain it.
The 2019 wildfire is now behind us and with preliminary stats available, the province has good and bad news.
The mountain will be closed from October 28 to November 8.
Time has no meaning when you’re in an octopus’s garden for the first time.
An incident in southwestern B.C.’s Garibaldi Provincial Park means that sections of the area won’t be open to campers and hikers this week.
According the union, the workers have been without a contract for 14 months.
The popular tourist destination is one of only two cities in the world that is situated between two lakes and offers something for everyone, year-round.
After a series of luggage thefts had been taking place at Vancouver International Airport, RCMP have been conducting surveillance at the airport.
An airplane heading for Alberta this morning was forced to make an emergency landing in the Lower Mainland today.
Mina's Fish House at the Four Seasons Resort O'hau at Ko Olina is home to the world's first "fish sommeliers".
A tense labour situation at some Vancouver luxury hotels may not improve as a result of the union's latest news release.
A man is missing after falling from a boat that was involved in a collision on September 1 on the Salmon Arm of Shuswap Lake.