CALGARY -- More than a thousand animals were removed from a home deemed uninhabitable in the largest ever seizure by the Calgary Humane Society.
When the Joker is in town, Batman is always hot on his heels.
B.C. scientists have for the first time confirmed that coastal black bears rely on herring eggs that wash up into intertidal zones.
Twenty-six Canadian beaches and six marinas were certified this year under the international designation administered in Canada by the organization Environmental Defence.
Swiss police arrested some of the most powerful figures in global soccer on Wednesday.
Riley Wheeldon is in a better place these days, even if it’s not just one step below the PGA Tour.
As we get ready to say goodbye to May, we can start to look forward to an exceptionally busy June that includes the FIFA Women's World Cup.
WFC2 finally registered their first home win of the year after three straight home games had ended in draws.
The federal government is removing funding from the First Nations Development Society over concerns with the society’s service and program delivery.
A Coquitlam landlord has been fined $2,000 for not renting her place to someone who suffers from depression.
The City of Burnaby is trying to prevent new payday loan stores by changing the wording in its zoning bylaw.
Nine intersex and transgender people, including the Trans Alliance Society, have filed a complaint with the B.C. Human Rights Tribunal.