Roughly 160,000 trees are going to be removed from Stanley Park in the coming months, a move the Vancouver Park Board says is both urgent and necessary due to an infestation of hemlock looper moths.
Iris Paguia-Portillo was in the front passenger seat, and her brother James and two-year-old daughter Natalia in the back seat on their late night drive home from a church gathering on Nov. 26. Just 20 minutes from their Whistler home, she heard her husband Josefat Portillo scream as their car hit black ice and struck a tree.
Frustration is growing over a major traffic bottleneck on Highway 1 through Langley.
A Palestinian restaurant in East Vancouver is raising money for medical supplies and food for the people of Gaza one plate of mujadara at a time.
Canada's first electric-powered fire engine is now operating out of Vancouver's Strathcona neighbourhood, promising a range of improvements over traditional trucks – including less noise and better maneuverability.
Vancouver Island's Cowichan Valley Regional District wants to know who is willing to take a shot at owning the world's largest hockey stick.
Cindy Woodhouse will be the new national chief of the Assembly of First Nations after David Pratt conceded the election following six rounds of voting.
Winter weather is underway in parts of Canada with three storm systems bringing messy conditions from B.C. to Newfoundland and Labrador.
Calgary Mayor Jyoti Gondek won't be attending this year's annual menorah lighting, a ceremony that marks the beginning of Hanukkah, because she says the event has deeply divided residents.
Foreign Affairs Minister Melanie Joly is condemning sexual violence committed by Hamas during its attack on Israel, after weeks of pressure to speak out.
Historically a commuter train from Ankara to Kars, the train has gone viral among Turkish influencers in recent years for its stunning scenery through the east, full of off-the-beaten-path treasures.