Return-It is always working to increase B.C. recycling rates, and with its Express & GO solar-powered drop-off stations, it's making it easier than ever to recycle.
One of the British Columbia's newest multimillionaires hopes to take her grandchildren on vacation after winning a major prize in a draw she almost didn't take part in.
Vancouver police are warning the public after an uptick in 'stranger assaults' in the city over the past year.
An 'unusually high' number of patients with respiratory viruses have been showing up over the past month at the emergency department at B.C. Children's Hospital.
A respected emergency doctor credited with a pivotal role in B.C.’s avoidance of the SARS epidemic is speaking up, urging health officials to adopt a grassroots approach to health care.
The story of Mike McCardell's recovery has plenty of heart, just like the man himself. It also contains a simple lesson for the rest of us.
The Canadian government has quietly lifted its advisory against non-essential international travel, marking the first time since March 2020 that the notice has been lifted. 'Be aware that although you are better protected against serious illness if you are vaccinated, you may still be at risk of infection from the virus that causes COVID-19,' the updated advisory states.
A search prompted by ground-penetrating radar is resuming again on land in Edmonton that houses a former hospital where Indigenous patients suffered abuse.
Authorities are investigating after confirming that a prop firearm discharged by actor Alec Baldwin, while producing and starring in a Western movie, killed the cinematographer and wounded the director.
Canadian Blood Services is working to update rules about who can donate and plans to submit a request to Health Canada later this year to abandon time-based requirements for gay and bisexual men.
Edward Rogers is out as board chair of Rogers Communications Inc., a move that comes as the latest development in a boardroom drama that has prompted the departure of a senior executive and the launch of an executive oversight committee.
The federal government says provinces will issue vaccine passports for international travel; plus, the search for unmarked graves.
The federal government says provinces will issue a standardized vaccine passport for international travel. Joyce Napier has more.
Glen McGregor takes a look at the newly announced Canadian COVID-19 support programs as others are set to expire this weekend.
A century-old letter mocking Canada written by Edward VIII sells at auction. Daniele Hamamdjian has more details.
Canadian virtuoso Bruce (Xiaoyu) Liu has won a prestigious international piano competition. Genevieve Beauchemin reports.
Watch Annie Bergeron Oliver's full interview with Canada's Governor General Mary May Simon.
The video shows a group of surfers seemingly unaware of the threat just below them.
Watch Dame Cindy Kiro as she becomes the first Maori woman to be sworn in as New Zealand's governor-general.
After being forced to play only in the U.S. because of the pandemic, the Raptors are back in Toronto. John Vennavally-Rao reports.