Six years after e-cigarettes were effectively banned in Canada, a booming industry and thousands of users across this country remain in a nicotine-laced fog.
Dozens of wildfires burning across British Columbia are forcing residents from their homes, with two communities declaring states of emergency.
Police in Winnipeg continue to say they believe a suspected bomb that seriously injured a lawyer is an "isolated incident" and the public isn't at risk.
Thousands more people in northern Saskatchewan are being told that wildfires are too close for them to stay in their homes.
E-cigarettes — or electronic cigarettes — are battery-powered vaporizers that simulate the sensation of smoking.
Relieved residents of a Downsview highrise are still in disbelief after learning a young boy who plunged eight storeys from an apartment is expected to make a full recovery.
A fire that destroyed a Mount Zion African Methodist Episcopal church in Greeleyville, South Carolina, on Tuesday was from natural causes and not linked to a spate of fires at similar churches across the South, state police said.
A four-year SFU research project into the history of New West’s waterfront is being turned into an exhibit at the city’s museum.
LONDON - As a schoolgirl in North Korea, Hyeonseo Lee was forced to watch executions, denounce her friends for fabricated transgressions and dig tunnels in case of a nuclear attack.
An Oregon man accused of killing his parents and storing their bodies in a freezer in the family home has died a day after a suicide attempt in his jail cell, police said on Friday.
PARIS - France swiftly rejected on Friday a request for asylum by WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange.
The response to the B.C. Information and Privacy Commissioner decision regarding the province not releasing information relating to the Mount Polley mine tailings pond breach last summer will have ramifications on how public bodies disclose information in the future.
Metro Vancouverites have spoken, and the no vote that came down on Thursday morning has pumped the brakes on the Mayors’ Council’s $7.7-billion transit plan, and left them scrambling to secure new funding sources.
A leaping sturgeon struck and killed a 5-year-old girl boating with her family on a river in Florida, and a similar incident injured two adults in a different part of the state, wildlife officials said on Saturday.
A residential deck on a North Carolina island collapsed on Saturday and at least 14 people were rushed to the hospital, with several listed in critical condition, officials said.
A former Miss Bosnia and Playboy model has been taken into custody for links to five Mob murders in her home country, according to local media.
In a letter postmarked before his June 6 escape from a New York state prison, convicted murderer Richard Matt told his daughter "see you on the outside," the Buffalo News reported.
A self-styled Montana polygamist who was featured on the reality television show "Sister Wives" said on Thursday he will sue the state if it denies him the right to legally wed his second wife.
Officials with The Forks say they will conduct a review of security and operations after a teenager was slashed with a machete in an incident caught on video.