As legislators south of the border mull the removal of statues seen by many as painful reminders of the darker moments in U.S. history, a similar debate is playing out in Ontario when it comes to public schools and this country's legacy…
A photo that surfaced in July showing what appeared to be forest service firefighters enjoying a campfire have resulted in a fine and several warning tickets.
The Ecology Action Centre says it is concerned about the thousands of Atlantic salmon that escaped into the Pacific Ocean on the weekend, and the possibility that a similar escape
Restrictions on travel to British Columbia's backcountry and campfires are slowly being lifted in some parts of the province as improved conditions have lowered the wildfire risk.
Japan advanced to the Little League World Series international final after a 10-0 rout of Canada on Wednesday at Howard J. Lamade Stadium.
Quebec's political leaders need to "open their eyes" to the rise of far-right groups in the province, Quebec City Mayor RÃ©gis Labeaume says.
Karim Baratov, the 22-year-old charged in connection with a massive hack of Yahoo, pleaded not guilty to all charges against him in a San Francisco courtroom on Wednesday morning, his lawyer says.
Over 90 persons of interest have been identified and investigators are following up on nearly 200 tips.
Anyone who's ever had to experience the heartbreak of leaving a crying child behind on the first day of school knows it can be a trying time. Anxiety B.C. has
From vacation cash to luxury cars, some technology companies in British Columbia are offering big perks to woo prospective employees.