TransLink is planning to do a “feasibility study” on if it should update its website.
Five Community Vision staff members have been suspended as the result of an ongoing investigation into the home-care agency and the Ministry of Children and Family Development is no longer placing children in their care, Minister Stephanie Cadieux said Friday.
About a third of B.C.’s potato production — both in acreage dedicated to the crop and in weight of annual produce — have disappeared over the course of a decade, and the industry says local appetites may be to blame.
The mood at the Malibu Restaurant was sombre Sunday, with customers donating to help an employee who lost both her young son and grandmother in a Mount Brydges, Ont., fire.
An already crowded field of potential candidates for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination needs to make room for one more: Sarah Palin.
ROUYN-NORANDA, Que. -- The Bloc Quebecois announced its first candidate for next year’s federal election on Saturday.
Rising threats from climate change and nuclear arsenals prompted the scientists who maintain the Doomsday Clock, a symbolic countdown to global catastrophe, to move it two minutes closer to midnight on Thursday, its first shift in three years.
Time to whip out some popcorn and a telescope.
Waitress Joannie Plamondon's shift turned into a nightmare when she asked two patrons at Bar La Liaison in Quebec City to leave early Saturday morning.
KIEV - Pro-Russian rebels launched an offensive against the strategic port of Mariupol in eastern Ukraine on Saturday, prompting the European Union's foreign policy chief to warn of a further "grave deterioration" in EU-Russian relations.
An alleged Canadian terrorist charged with murdering five Americans in a 2009 bombing in Iraq has been extradited to the U.S., the Brooklyn U.S. attorney’s office said Friday.
Greece's leftwing Syriza appeared on course to trounce the ruling conservatives in Sunday's snap election and could win the absolute majority it wants to fight international creditors' insistence on painful austerity measures.
At least 15 people were killed at pro-democracy protests in Egypt on Sunday, the anniversary of the 2011 uprising that toppled autocrat Hosni Mubarak, security sources said.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu defended on Sunday a planned speech to the U.S. Congress about Iran, saying he had a moral obligation to speak out on an issue that poses a mortal threat to Israel.
It's the third period. The fourth quarter. The home stretch.
Former Wildrose party boss Danielle Smith has released a public apology for not discussing her plans to cross the floor in the Alberta legislature with voters.
An Arab-American civil rights organization has asked "American Sniper" director Clint Eastwood and actor Bradley Cooper to denounce hateful language directed at U.S. Arabs and Muslims after the release of the Hollywood duo's film about a Navy marksman.
RCMP have lifted the evacuation order around a Nova Scotia cottage that was found stacked floor-to-ceiling with chemicals that posed an extreme fire risk.
More than half of Quebec's most wanted criminals are hiding in the Dominican Republic, according to police.