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"It adds a little bit of fun in our lives and whimsy." Adam finds out the love story behind a Nanaimo couple’s collection of 150 plush dragons.
Robotic animal companions are being introduced at some Vancouver Island care homes to help support seniors' mental health.
Roughly 200 indoor housing spaces are being prepared in Victoria, as the goal of housing all homeless by the end of March approaches.
B.C.'s top doctor says extending the interval between people's first and second vaccine doses is the right call for the province.
Members of the Duncan community are mourning the loss of a 17-year-old who died in an alleged stabbing earlier this week.
The nearly 50-year-old Nanaimo Clippers hockey team is on the market after facing huge financial losses due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Victoria police are on alert after an officer was threatened by a man wielding a pipe while they were heading to their car after a shift.
Call lines are slated to open next week for B.C. seniors who are hoping to book their COVID-19 vaccination.
A recently discovered bomb from World War II was disposed of during a controlled detonation on February 27 in Exeter, England.