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.
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.
When Kristi Lange first planned a mission to Haiti, she thought she'd organize a small surgical team to help treat broken bones and other injuries sustained by earthquake survivors.
A hound dog hotel is shaping up for dog owners and their pets.
Delta will be installing 900 water meters this year in a program designed to measure water usage in secondary suites.
A water-consumption ban for 50 kilometres downstream of a coal spill in the Thompson River on Thursday was a precautionary measure, according to Interior Health.
As Metro Vancouver begins to shake off the chill of the recent cold snap, the melting snow and ice on the streets is leaving behind piles of sand and salt that will need to be cleaned up before the rain returns this week.
When David Morley worked overseas with some of the world's most impoverished people, he loved to return home to "nice, boring" Canada. But the head of UNICEF Canada warns this country can only stay nice and boring if it soon addresses the persistent problem of domestic child poverty.
The B.C. Court of Appeal has upheld the convictions of two men in connection with a massive, cross-border cocaine conspiracy.
Premier Christy Clark's relentless and often controversial political fundraising has left her party awash in cash with a provincial election approaching.
The most important thing a teacher can do for students is to keep their curiosity alive, says education guru Sir Ken Robinson.
The sun set on a cowboy's life in the snow-covered Nicola Valley on Saturday.
It's not billed as an anti-Trump protest, but the Women's March on Washington wouldn't exist had it not been for the U.S. president-elect.
Lawyers for two of four men accused of helping smuggle 492 Tamil migrants into Canada aboard a cargo ship say their clients were acting for humanitarian reasons.