A massive flower that blooms for just one day every few years and smells like decaying flesh will soon open again at Vancouver's Bloedel Conservatory.
A B.C. driver who was found equally responsible after someone allegedly ran a red light and crashed into his pickup truck has been awarded nearly $8,000 in damages.
The number of COVID-19 cases caused by the Delta variant is doubling every seven to 10 days in British Columbia, experts say. COVID-19 cases in B.C. continued their upward march as the province reported more than 700 infections Tuesday over a four-day period.
Though there is widespread consensus that wildfire smoke has become an annual health issue for thousands of high-risk British Columbians, the provincial government is rejecting calls for individualized air quality measures and defending its one-size-fits-all approach.
More questions and concerns are being raised about the state of a life-saving heart surgery program at BC Children’s Hospital.
In the current plan student cohorts are not recommended, and extracurricular activities are expected to return to normal.
On Thursday, Quebec announced it was moving forward with a vaccine passport that will allow vaccinated Quebecers to visit non-essential businesses amid a rise in COVID-19 cases.
More than half of Canadians agree with mandatory vaccinations for people who can be vaccinated to stop the spread of COVID-19 variants, according to a new poll from Nanos Research.
Canadian Evan Dunfee has claimed bronze in the 50-kilometre race walk at the Tokyo Olympics.
B.C.'s Ministry of Health announced another 402 cases of COVID-19 on Thursday, pushing the province's seven-day average for new infections to nearly 250.
Quebec plans to adopt a vaccine passport given a recent increase in COVID-19 cases in the province, Premier François Legault announced Thursday.
A new Netflix series chronicles two friends as they build the June Motel in Sauble Beach, Ontario.
Gus the tortoise is the Museum of Natural History's star attraction and the iconic reptile is turning 99.
Andre De Grasse from Markham, Ont. sprinted to a gold medal in the 200-metre final in Tokyo. Two-time Olympian Anson Henry comments on De Grasse's performance.
Grace Lee has the story of a Nigerian refugee's difficult experience in Japan before she found a welcoming home in Canada.