Annaleise Carr, who in 2012 became the youngest person to swim Lake Ontario, will attempt to cross Lake Erie starting Friday morning.
A mother of three has been identified as one of five Canadians aboard the Air Algerie flight that crashed Thursday morning in a remote, dangerous area of Mali.
A passenger threat caused a Panama-bound Sunwing flight to turn back to Peason airport Friday morning.
For as long as anyone can remember, everyone in the Rural Municipality of Hanover thought the Manitoba community was dry.
Vancouver police are focusing on youth as young as eight years old to stop them from developing a criminal lifestyle.
The British Columbia Centre for Excellence in HIV and AIDS says a new study showing Vancouver youths have a high rate of hepatitis C infection.
A First Nations group in northwestern B.C. has been given another chance to stop the revival of a mine on land they’ve laid claim to.
A false killer whale calf, rescued by the Vancouver Aquarium’s marine mammal rescue centre, is improving since arriving.
RCMP have made an arrest in a deadly hit-and-run accident that took the life of 16-year-old Port Coquitlam girl Annie Leung in September 2013.
It’s a problem those who put up warning signs constantly face — how do you get people to pay attention to them?
Gardeners who have been issued eviction notices along Vancouver’s Arbutus corridor earlier this month say they have gathered nearly 5,000 signatures.
As artistic director of Classic Chic Productions Christina Wells Campbell feels strongly about an all- female cast.