Canada is well-prepared for Ebola, but the likelihood of the virus spreading to Canada is unlikely, health experts say.
U.S. health officials said on Tuesday the first patient infected with the deadly Ebola virus had been diagnosed in the country.
The largest salmon farming company in B.C. lost up to 280,000 fish last week to a type of “harmful algae” associated with warm waters known to kill salmon.
Lawyers for homeless campers in Oppenheimer Park will have another week to prepare their case in the fight against a City of Vancouver plan to evict them.
The City of Surrey has signed a 10-year deal with Shaw as part of a plan to provide a free WiFi hotspot at every community centre in the south Fraser municipality.
TransLink is suing the City of Vancouver over bus tires popped on the Burrard Street Bridge this year during deck repairs ordered by the city.
The numbers trumpeted in the updated BC Jobs Plan are nothing more than political spin to mask criticism, said BC NDP critic Shane Simpson.
Canadians are being warned to "exercise caution" and avoid large public demonstrations in Hong Kong.
U.S. Secret Service Director Julia Pierson resigned under fire on Wednesday after a series of security lapses came to light involving the protection for President Barack Obama.
The two groups associated with the anti-radicalization handbook, United Against Terror, have issued a statement in response to the RCMP's decision to disavow themselves from the project.
President Vladimir Putin said on Wednesday he would not restrict Internet access for Russians but Moscow must protect state domains against a surge of cyber attacks since the Ukraine crisis began.
A decision by the RCMP to use wool tuques instead of fur-lined hats in cold winter months will be "fully overturned," Environment Minister Leona Aglukkaq says.
A family of seven prayed and clung to their boat in the waters off B.C.'s coast Monday night after the vessel that carried all their belongings began to sink.
An Australian researcher is combining the brain of a rat and the eyes of a human to make an intelligent robot that can see where it is and where it needs to go.
Former Hong Kong governor Chris Patten called on Wednesday for a new period of genuine consultation over demands for greater democracy in the former British colony which is witnessing its worst protests since China resumed its rule 17 years ago.
The death toll from Japan's volcanic eruption rose to 48 on Wednesday, the worst in 88 years, after more victims were discovered on the ash-covered summit.
Tens of thousands of pro-democracy protesters extended a blockade of Hong Kong streets on Tuesday, stockpiling supplies and erecting makeshift barricades ahead of what some fear may be a push by police to clear the roads before Chinese National Day.
A Quebec judge sided with a woman who paid for a parrot autopsy and demanded to be reimbursed nearly $4,000 from the pet store that sold her the sick bird that died three months after bringing it home.
A Texas man suspected of stealing a casket to play a prank on his sister by making her think he had dug up their dead father was arrested after she called police, police said on Tuesday.