British Columbia's police watchdog has found reasonable grounds for charges against three Vancouver Island RCMP officers involved in the shooting death of an Indigenous man last year.
Students at the University of Victoria are exploring and testing the perfect shape to break their next record in a unique sport. Their team consists of more than two dozen active members who design, build and race human-powered submarines.
Four men are facing dozens of charges after a years-long drug-trafficking investigation that police say disrupted the expansion of the Hells Angels motorcycle gang on Vancouver Island.
A cement barge that washed onto the coast of Esquimalt, B.C., is still stuck there on Thursday, two days after it ran aground.
Saanich police say a driver was taken to hospital in the early hours of Thursday morning following a crash near Mount Douglas.
A high pressure system over British Columbia is pushing arctic air and bitter cold to several areas of B.C. along with the potential for snow and wind on Friday.
British Columbia is adding 33 new or expanded programs across the province to help young people who are addicted to substances.
British Columbia's Medical Services Commission has applied for an injunction against a Telus Health program, alleging its billing model contravenes the province's Medicare Protection Act.
British Columbia's public school teachers have ratified a new three-year contract. BC Teachers' Federation president Clint Johnston says the union has “achieved some historic gains that will help members who are struggling with the affordability crisis.”
Students at the University of Victoria held a rally in support of Iranian protesters on Wednesday afternoon.
The latest numbers in B.C.'s toxic drug crisis paint another discouraging picture. In just the first 10 months of 2022, Nanaimo has eclipsed its previous record for overdose deaths recorded over an entire year.
Among those in greatest danger are North Atlantic and North Pacific right whales, the blue whale, the Sei whale, the common grey fox and the Vancouver Island marmot, which were listed as critically imperiled.
Tow operators were in clean-up mode on Wednesday, after a night of desperation on the Malahat highway prompted people to abandon their vehicles Tuesday.
British Columbia's police watchdog is investigating after a man suspected of committing an armed robbery near Duncan, B.C, was later found dead near Lake Cowichan, B.C.
WestJet has declined to provide compensation to passengers who were stuck in a sweltering airplane cabin in Jamaica earlier this month, claiming the flight was cancelled because of 'a security-related incident' outside the airline's control.
Students and staff at a Victoria-area high school were sent home early Wednesday after someone threatened a shooting at the school. The Oak Bay Police Department says it was contacted by Oak Bay High School administrators around 10:30 a.m. after the threat was found written on a stall door in a girls' washroom.
A 48-year-old Parksville man is in critical condition after a collision on Highway 19A Tuesday night.
A U.S. woman was brought to Victoria General Hospital for treatment on Tuesday evening due to poor weather in Washington state.
U.S. country music star Blake Shelton will headline next year's Sunfest Country Music Festival on Vancouver Island, organizers announced Wednesday.
Chinese military jets conducted several intercepts of a Royal Canadian Air Force patrol plane as it flew surveillance sorties from Japan as part of an international effort to enforce sanctions against North Korea, the Department of National Defence confirmed Tuesday.
King’s Auto Sales in Langford, B.C., is teaming up with the Cool Aid Society to give away a free car to a deserving person or family this holiday season.
One person was taken to hospital Wednesday morning after a pickup truck slammed into a three-storey apartment building in Victoria's Fernwood neighbourhood.
Concerns over questionable RCMP tactics raised by an officer involved in the crackdown at the Fairy Creek old-growth blockades in the summer of 2021 are not surprising, says a lawyer representing dozens of activists.
Canada is not ready to expand medical assistance in dying for people with a mental disorder, leaving psychiatrists across the country 'incredibly concerned' about patients needing better access to care, including for addiction services, says a group representing the specialists across the country.
Nine out of 10 Canadians believe there could be a recession in 2023, according to a new national survey, with four out of 10 calling it 'likely.'
The Toronto man accused in a large drug and gun bust is speaking out, saying on the stand at his trial that he’s a not a major drug dealer, but a 'bio-energy healer' who was as surprised as anyone to find dozens of guns and millions of dollars in drugs in his shared apartment.
The five-member Pivot Airlines crew, who had been detained in the Dominican Republic for almost eight months, is now back in Canada. An emotional airport reunion took place in a special pre-arrivals area of Toronto Pearson International Airport, as the two flight attendants, pilot, co-pilot and mechanic were greeted by family.
Four Indigenous women in Winnipeg are believed to be dead at the hands of an alleged serial killer.
Prayer. Bombs. Walls. Over the decades, people have tried all of them to stanch the flow of lava from Hawaii's volcanoes as it lumbered toward roads, homes and infrastructure.
Turbines that once harnessed the powerful energy of Niagara Falls into a great source of electricity came to a halt years ago. But the secrets deep below the power station are coming to life once again. Visitors can now explore the former cathedral of power and a new tunnel that opens to a spectacular view of the falls.
The national security adviser to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says that senior officials are planning ahead for the possibility of another 'Freedom Convoy' protest in early 2023.
Alberta’s deputy premier says the proposed sovereignty act does not grant cabinet unilateral power to rewrite laws behind closed doors, but amendments may be needed to clear that up.
When Kody Bell went to get a Boston cream donut and a large milk at Tim Hortons all those years ago, he never expected to meet his newly elected MLA.
All the students in the school can take a paper form that's available available in every classroom, pen something positive about someone else, and deposit the note in a secret compartment underneath the rainbow bench.
After living in his downtown Victoria neighbourhood for more than 30 years, David Ferguson says this was a first.
Emma Robbins learned to play guitar at age eight, won regional singing competitions at 10, and by 16, was earning fame across the Maritimes, performing on TV every week. Motherhood took her away from music, however, until recently, when she released her first album at age 80.
When Melanie Vogel moved from Germany to Canada it was love at first sight.
Bob Curtis has been told he's the oldest competitive horseshoe league player in Canada. The game is part of the way the former Navy photographer keeps himself feeling "great."
Eric Brunt quit his job and drained his savings to self-fund a 13-month journey across the country to interview as many Second World War veterans as he could find.
"This is how it all began," Kenn Whiteman smiles, holding a statue of a regal-looking rodent.
Darcy strives to make every day fun while working with Mariel – who is non-verbal and quadriplegic – but the weeks leading up to Halloween are particularly creative.
Good Samaritans came to the aid of commuters during the harrowing snowstorm that rocked B.C.’s Lower Mainland Tuesday night.
Two Manitobans face a number of assault charges after a fight broke out at a Winnipeg Jets game Tuesday night.
An Ailsa Craig-area couple has beat out 30 others in a contest to be married on a parade float during the village’s upcoming Santa Claus Parade. The application of Katie Nigh and Trevor Vanderloo was selected, above all others, based on their personal story.
Heather Butts takes a look a the secrets below the now-defunct power station that once harnessed the powerful energy of Niagara Falls.
There’s hope for Team Canada despite World Cup losses; the Canadian flight crew detained in the Dominican Republic for months is back home.