An Edmonton woman who was left a paraplegic following a vehicle collision near Kamloops has been awarded $4.5 million in damages.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, a self-styled “grandson of British Columbia,” has hurt the province with a Senate reform initiative that appears to have empowered the unelected upper chamber, say experts.
More than 15,000 people marched peacefully through downtown Vancouver on Saturday to protest U.S. President Donald Trump's views on women's rights.
A 37-year-old Canadian who was caught with 59 kilos of cocaine has been sentenced to 10 years in jail in U.S. District Court in Seattle.
The internet can be a pretty intolerant place, and it may be getting worse.
Dan Cummer was a smoker for most of his 42 years, until a friend introduced him to vaping four years ago.
A Vancouver dog-rescue organization has cancelled a scheduled Jan. 25 pre-screening fundraiser of A Dog's Purpose after the German shepherd star of the film was put under duress during one scene.
A lawyer for a teen accused in the slaying of Burnaby teen Luka Gordic in Whistler told a judge Thursday that his client had been assaulted during a break in the trial.
The Alex Fraser Bridge will have something in common with San Francisco’s Golden Gate Bridge after a lane is added to ease congestion.
A Quebec mother of three is under arrest in the Bahamas for allegedly having sex with a teenage boy.
The Caspian tiger exists today only in memories, museums and myth.
The Arctic front that brought sub-zero temperatures to Metro Vancouver has beat a retreat and shows no sign of showing its freezing face anytime soon.
A bid by two members of the Hells Angels and two of their associates to set aside their convictions in a major cocaine conspiracy owing to trial delay was dismissed by a judge Wednesday.
Notorious killer Kelly Ellard says she sees “the world with different eyes” since becoming a mother about two months ago.
An informed reader has revealed that four of five fentanyl deaths in B.C. have been males, mostly young.
Well, it just got interesting — finally!
Kevin O’Leary doesn’t just see himself as becoming the next prime minister of Canada.
A high-flying Maserati salesman, who live-streamed himself zipping from zero to 175 km/h in a luxury car over the weekend, crashed and was killed shortly after the social media post, according to police.
A buff female Iranian bodybuilder discovered that the mad mullahs are muscling in on her action.