Two Canadian navy ships returned to their homeport in Esquimalt, B.C., on Thursday following their participation in Operation Caribbe, a counter-narcotics mission led by the U.S.
Two drivers were slapped with temporary driving bans and had their vehicles impounded for seven days after they were spotted speeding excessively on the Malahat highway, according to RCMP.
British Columbia's police watchdog has cleared the RCMP of any wrongdoing in the death of a man in Nanaimo, B.C., last month.
Veterinarians on Vancouver Island are encouraging residents to monitor their pets after several dogs were found to have necrotizing fasciitis, a rare flesh-eating disease.
The British Columbia government says it will release its business case for a new Royal B.C. Museum next week in response to concerns about the province's $789-million plan.
An independent group should review the use-of-force policy that guides New Brunswick police to ensure it is concise and understood by all officers in the province, a coroner's jury recommended Thursday.
Higher taxes on cigarettes in British Columbia will push more smokers to buy tobacco on the black market and fund organized crime across the province, according to the National Coalition Against Contraband Tobacco.
BC Hydro is sending repair crews to Vancouver Island to restore power to thousands of people who remain in the dark after Wednesday's windstorm.
The number of COVID-19 patients in B.C. hospitals has declined since last week, but remains elevated compared to where it was when the province first switched to weekly reporting of pandemic data.
As a growing number of British Columbians can’t find a primary care provider, hundreds of demonstrators demanded more health-care resources at a “Rally for Change” at the legislature.
Victoria craft brewing company Whistle Buoy will celebrate its third birthday with a live wrestling and music event in June.
Move over Victoria, the City of Langford is unveiling its own plans to host a family-friendly Canada Day event this year.
When Olivia started searching for snails at the start of the pandemic, her mom Sarah wasn’t surprised.
British Columbia's former clerk of the legislature dishonestly claimed expenses for work attire and received payment on a false basis, a judge said Thursday in finding Craig James guilty of fraud and breach of trust.
After pandemic delays, two beloved Victoria events are returning this Victoria Day long weekend.
A pair of tall trees toppled onto a Nanaimo, B.C., home Wednesday as a windstorm wreaked havoc on Vancouver Island.
With the cost of fuel sitting at an average of 229.9 cents a litre in Greater Victoria on Wednesday, volunteer-based charities could soon feel the pinch.
A front door camera at a home in British Columbia captured the moment when a woman saved her pet goose from an eagle attack, while also nursing her newborn.
A large foster family escaped an evening house fire in central Nanaimo, which ruined their home and damaged another next door.
West Shore RCMP say a Saanich, B.C., resident has been arrested after thousands of dollars worth of lumber was stolen out of the Colwood, B.C., area.
A West Coast Trail hiker remains in hospital after losing his eye in a fall and developing a brain infection. His son says they're determined to one day return and finish the hike.
Although Fisher is partial to just laying about cuddling the cat, the three-legged dog’s determination is proving to be boundless.
One of Canada's most successful Second World War flying aces, James "Stocky" Edwards of Comox, B.C., has died at the age of 100.
Two co-workers in Victoria got some cheesy satisfaction after they got pizzas delivered to British Columbia from their hometown of Windsor, Ont.
"Death metal is just about as far away from Oak Bay as you can get," says the drummer for Archspire, who's from the island and is celebrating the band's 2022 Juno award win.
Quebec's health ministry announced Thursday evening there are two confirmed cases of monkeypox in the province, while 20 other suspected cases are still under investigation.
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Conservative MP Ed Fast said it was becoming 'untenable' to do his job as finance critic within the Conservative Party of Canada, which is why he asked to be relieved of his duties.
Canada is banning China's Huawei Technologies and ZTE, another Chinese company, from participating in the country's 5G wireless networks, citing national security and cybersecurity concerns. Industry Minister Francois-Philippe Champagne and Public Safety Minister Marco Mendicino made the announcement about prohibiting products and services from these 'high-risk vendors,' in Ottawa on Thursday.
A leaked draft showing that the U.S Supreme Court justices are preparing to overturn the Roe v. Wade abortion-rights ruling has sparked debate in Canada, including whether Catholic hospitals can impede your access to abortion.
A painting by Nova Scotia artist Maud Lewis that was once traded for a few grilled cheese sandwiches, recently sold for an astounding $350,000 at auction.
A charity that focuses on helping LGBTQ2S+ refugees facing violence and discrimination internationally is calling on the Canadian government to partner with them to facilitate a way out for hundreds of Afghans who have reached out to them in desperation.
Prince Charles says he and Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, were departing Canada with 'heavy hearts' and a deeper understanding of residential schools after their royal visit wrapped in the Northwest Territories.
Adam finds out how an unexpected past turned a woman and a young goat into unlikely colleagues.
Dave Clarke's noisy welding shop in Victoria is the last place you might expect to find a hummingbird nest, but that's exactly what he found one recent morning.
When Rande Cook first spotted the potted plant, he 'hired' it on the spot. There was something about the snake plant that seemed to speak to him.
As Fred takes a framed photo off the wall, showing a winning a moment from his 40-year career working with race horses, he admits he was feeling stuck.
"There are six of them and they are so gorgeous," Swannie says. She stops to appreciate the tiny balls of yellow feathers during her daily walks.
Freida Eriksen will never forget when she was a child and started helping her parents transform their home into an international attraction that would change her life forever.
If you ask Bruce what he did before he spent his retirement walking his cats on a leash around his home, he’ll likely answer with a pun. You see, Bruce spent 33 years as a gravedigger.
Residents on the New Brunswick island of Grand Manan are rallying to keep their village’s only bank open. The Bank of Nova Scotia, or Scotiabank, notified customers of its plans to leave Grand Manan in January.
A soon-to-be centenarian and veteran of the Second World War is about to walk 100 kilometres to raise funds for homeless veterans.
A new bill brought forward by Manitoba’s NDP would allow parents to give their children traditional Indigenous names.
Even though it is spring, some Manitobans were in for a cool surprise over the weekend as ice piled up on the shore of Lake Winnipeg, creating what looked like giant hills of ice.
Environment Canada confirmed an EF-0 tornado touched down near Caron, Sask. on Tuesday night.
Artist Maud Lewis’s painting, once traded for a few sandwiches, sells for $350,000 almost 50 years later. John Vennavally-Rao reports.
Cananda is set to ban Huawei and ZTE from its 5G network, meanwhile the UCP faces uncertainty after Jason Kenney’s resignation.