A Saskatoon man has pleaded guilty to 40 child pornography charges related to live streaming the sexual abuse of children in Romania and the Philippines, and then sharing the images with others.
A pair of high school teachers in Orlando probably didn’t know they were committing sex crimes with the same student.
Vancouver Fire and Rescue Services answered 169 overdose calls last week and police report that eight people died, bringing Vancouver’s total overdose deaths to 126 so far this year.
After months of fielding hundreds of complaints from residents about discoloured and malodorous tap water, White Rock is changing the way its water is treated.
The Vancouver Aquarium is hoping to rally support with an argument that a proposed park-board ban on captive cetaceans puts marine mammals in peril.
Two weeks into the polygamy trial of fundamentalist Mormon leaders, Winston Blackmore’s lawyer is making an application to challenge the law’s constitutionality.
A former high school reading specialist in Wisconsin says she and a teen student created their own love story during school hours.
Mikayla Raji never met her dad.
Salt Spring Island residents will vote for the second time in 15 years on whether to incorporate as a city, a referendum that is splitting the idyllic island between those who believe it is time for the community to have more say in its governance and those who fear not only their island but all the Gulf Islands will become vulnerable to eventual d
Two new reports from environmental groups say methane emissions in Canada's oil and gas sector are higher than previously thought as debate continues on how urgently they need to be reduced.
The trial for three men charged with the 2011 murder of Red Scorpion gangster Jonathan Bacon has been delayed by two weeks.
In a rare move, Winston Blackmore and his lawyer were excused Wednesday from his trial on a charge of polygamy.
Former Olympic skating star Nancy Kerrigan says rival Tonya Harding has never apologized for the notorious 1994 beatdown of the silver medalist.
Kevin O’Leary, who rattled Conservative cages three months ago when he joined the party’s leadership race, did it again Wednesday by quitting a contest observers believe he had every chance of winning.
Nordstrom is selling "mud-stained" jeans to the tune of $425.
Another day, another public relations nightmare for United Airlines.
A forensic psychologist working with the Canadian prison system is calling for "radically different" approaches to B.C.'s overdose crisis, including expanded access to prescription heroin.
With some help from a giant shovel, Molson-Coors Canada officially broke ground on its huge new brewery and retail operation in Chilliwack this week.
Researchers at Thompson Rivers University are installing Canada’s first solar electric road surface in Kamloops.