There’s a very happy Father’s Day ahead for the new parents of a baby boy who ended up needing some high-level care at a Vancouver hospital.
Two suspects have been charged in connection with an ugly incident at a Richmond, B.C., coffee shop earlier this year that allegedly involved racial slurs.
Advocates wanting to keep the RCMP in Surrey are hoping a last-ditch effort will stop the city from transitioning to a municipal police force.
A Metro Vancouver man survived a terrifying bear attack at a remote mining exploration camp in Northern B.C.
Before classes wrap up for the summer, B.C.'s top doctor and education minister unveiled the province's back-to-school plan for the fall.
British Columbia is not changing its approach to administering second doses of AstraZeneca vaccine in light of updated recommendations from Canada's immunization advisory committee, health officials said Thursday.
Canada is set to detail what quarantine rules citizens and permanent residents who are fully vaccinated against COVID-19 will soon have to follow when entering the country.
Canada is set to receive more than five million doses of COVID-19 vaccine over the coming week.
The Tokyo Olympics will allow some local fans to attend when the games open in just over a month, organizing committee officials and the IOC said on Monday.
Police are trying to locate multiple suspects who investigators say indiscriminately fired gunshots into a crowd at a toddler’s birthday party in Rexdale on Saturday night, wounding four people, including three children.
An American congressman says he has proposed to the White House to unilaterally reopen the border to Canadians as Ottawa announced another month extension of the restrictions that prohibit non-essential travel.
Summer will officially begin late tonight and the season is once again looking above seasonal.
One dedicated father isn't letting his ALS diagnosis stop him from the perfect father-daughter dance at his daughter's wedding.
Tom Walters retraces the long road to commemorate Black freedom on June 19 in the U.S. and the work that remains unfinished.
The Atlantic's Rachel Gutman found an apple that had been left behind in her office before the pandemic started, so she ate it.
The Toronto Zoo opened to the public on Saturday for the first time in 200 days.
Former beauty queen Ashley Callingbull discusses breaking barriers as the first Canadian and Indigenous woman to win Mrs. Universe.
A small celebration was held in a Montreal care home for Cecile Klein's 114th birthday, the oldest living Canadian.