A pair of camouflage pants prompted an unusual request for RCMP assistance in B.C.'s West Kootenay region last week.
A West Vancouver man's exacting standards for the wine cooler in his rented townhome have led to three Residential Tenancy Board decisions, two court rulings and – ultimately – his eviction.
The owner of a Vancouver-based compostable packaging business says she's warned government officials for years about the dangers of paper products.
A sentencing hearing was held Friday for the man responsible for the death of a 14-year-old boy who was given a large amount of drugs at a skate park four years ago.
Vancouver city council has voted to approve a proposal that would add 'missing middle' housing to low-density residential neighbourhoods.
Conservation officials are warning people in Mission to remain vigilant after a seventh person was bitten by a coyote in the city Friday morning.
India's visa processing centre in Canada suspended services Thursday as a rift widened between the countries after Canada's leader said India may have been involved in the killing of a Canadian citizen.
Russian missiles pounded cities across Ukraine early Thursday morning, according to authorities, sparking fires, killing at least two people and trapping others under rubble, and Ukrainian ally Poland said it would stop providing weapons amid a trade dispute.
The federal government is hoping Canada's devastating wildfire season sparks momentum for carbon pricing at the United Nations.
Thousands of people gathered in cities across Canada on Wednesday for competing protests, screaming and chanting at each other about school policies on gender identity.
The interim leader of Canada's newest federal party says he wants it to be an option for people who are tired of both the governing Liberals and the "rage farming" coming from the Conservatives.
Tyler Fleming reports on a young boy earning medals and social media attention as he takes to BMX bike racing tracks in Ontario.