BC Transit ordered to pay legally blind woman $10,000 in human rights case
A legally blind woman living in Victoria has been paid more than $10,000 by B.C. Transit after she complained about drivers repeatedly failing to call out her bus stop.
Two women tell RCMP their drinks were spiked at a Nanaimo nightclub
Nanaimo RCMP is warning nightclub patrons to not accept a drink from a stranger, and if you do, watch it being poured.
'Unforseen factors' delay completion of McKenzie interchange to summer 2020
The long awaited McKenzie interchange project has been delayed yet again. Originally supposed to be finished in 2018, construction is facing another speed bump. Aaron Guillen tells us what's being blamed for the delay.
Safety board investigates after two ships collide in Vancouver Harbour
The Transportation Safety Board has sent investigators after a bulk carrier and cargo ship collided in Vancouver Harbour.
UVic Expert refutes mayor's claim that climate change is putting stress on Victoria Cherry blossoms
Opposition is growing to the controversial policy being implemented by the city of Victoria that could spell the end for the iconic cherry blossoms.
B.C. looking into vaccination registry due to measles outbreak: health minister
The B.C. government is considering a mandatory vaccination registration program similar to that in Ontario in the wake of an outbreak of measles in Vancouver, Health Minister Adrian Dix said Thursday.