It was during the swell of voices — some 18,000 Americans, all singing the chorus of O Canada....
A hatchet-wielding attacker charged a group of New York City police officers posing for a photograph on Thursday.
If Bill Bennett gets his way, Crown counsel will have three years — up from one — to investigate possible charges against Imperial Metals.
A Vancouver art therapy program that’s helped hundreds recover from addiction and mental illness will open its doors to showcase their work.
Community organizations are crying foul over Vancouver’s advanced polls, saying their locations exclude voters in the city’s east side.
In a statement sent to The Associated Press, the parents of homegrown terrorist Michael Zehaf-Bibeau apologized "for all the pain, fright and chaos he created."
Prime Minister Stephen Harper said MPs are united in ensuring democracy continues, despite terror threats, after addressing the House of Commons Thursday morning.
The B.C. Lions just need that Grey Cup- calibre defence to stay healthy, and suddenly anything is possible.
A civic politician who’s not even running again for municipal office this year has the highest approval rating of them all — Dianne Watts.
Michael Zehaf-Bibeau, the man who killed Cpl. Nathan Cirillo and fired shots in the Parliament buildings Wednesday once lived in Vancouver’s DTES.
A venerable force in Canadian music for over two decades, Sloan is a Juno Award-winning rock quartet from Halifax, N.S.
Sunny Shams was sure he didn’t get the part.