The BC Centre of Disease Control reported 2,036 new COVID-19 cases for this past week Thursday in release on its website.
The BCCDC now updates COVID-19 numbers every Thursday, instead of daily.
Interior Health recorded 599 new COVID-19 cases.
A new Forestry Innovation Investment (FII) office in Vietnam will help drive trade opportunities and sustainable jobs in B.C.'s forestry sector while offering greater protection from market volatility and other global challenges.
The office is a key first step in developing B.C.'s Trade Diversification Strategy, part of the StrongerBC Economic Plan.
Preliminary data released by the BC Coroners Service reveals that the toxic drug supply has claimed the lives of 9,410 British Columbians since January 2016, and that at least 174 lives were lost in the month of February 2022.
ICBC, in partnership with the provincial government, TELUS and Project Whitecard Inc., is launching a new simulation and training tool for inexperienced drivers, called Street Sense.
As British Columbia continues to take the next step in its COVID-19 response, the Province is transitioning from daily to weekly COVID-19 reporting.
As people in B.C. continue to get vaccinated, the Province continues with previously announced plans to further lift COVID-19 restrictions, while protecting those most at risk with the launch of the spring booster vaccine program.
Crews have made steady progress on Highway 1 improvements through the Kicking Horse Canyon.
To advance work at more challenging sites within the project, a full highway closure is required between the Easter and Victoria Day weekends.
As people return to the workplace, post-secondary students resume in-person learning, and more things open up, parking lots are once again full of vehicles that are left unattended for hours at a time.
The BC Assembly of First Nations acknowledges the apology from Pope Francis to First Nations, Metis and Inuit Peoples in Canada, for the Catholic Church's role in Indian Residential Schools, and the intergenerational traumas caused by atrocities committed to our children.
Many students across B.C. returned to school this week amid a pandemic that has not ended, but without the protection offered by mask mandates.