It was a record-breaking year for orca and humpback whale sightings in the Salish Sea last year, according to a whale-watching operator in B.C. and Washington.
Don Sutherin, who led Ohio State to a national championship before embarking on a Hall of Fame CFL career as a player and coach, has died. He was 85.
The Detroit Red Wings hired Nicklas Lidstrom as vice president of hockey operations Tuesday, tapping one of the franchise’s great players.
Transparency between patients and medical professionals key to avoiding severe complications during treatments, says chief pharmacist.
Urban mayors across B.C. are demanding the provincial government take immediate action to provide complex care housing solutions to help the most vulnerable residents in their communities.
Morgan Wallen stepped on country music’s most historic and storied stage over the weekend, a sign that many interpreted as the Grand Ole Opry giving the troubled star its blessing and a path to reconciliation after he used a racial slur on camera.
While access to rapid test kits in the Yukon had been previously limited, in Yukon First Nations communities, rapid tests have been available to citizens since October. Mathieya Alatini shares how rapid test kits have been working in those communities.
A well-known Calgary real estate mogul and once-victim of a near fatal shooting has been charged with domestic assault.
The time it took for RCMP Commissioner Brenda Lucki to respond to investigations into claims of Mountie misconduct violated her obligation under the law, the Federal Court ruled today.
The province has moved to urgently fill critical care nursing positions amid a predicted surge of COVID-19 cases, offering signing bonuses and other incentives to those who sign up to help out.
The Thunder Bay District Health Unit announced Tuesday afternoon that four individuals associated with Shelter House have tested positive, with a determination that transmission occurred within the George Street facility.
When kids, staff, and teachers return to in-person learning on Monday, they’ll do so amid increasing COVID-19 hospitalizations but without the previous protocols for reporting virus cases, declaring outbreaks, or dismissing classes if too many kids are sick.
An inquest is being called into the death of a man who died at Prince Edward Island’s Provincial Correctional Centre. Kenneth Hoddinott, 47, was found unresponsive on Dec. 16 during routine checks.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau today discussed extending Canada’s military training mission and the prospect of more sanctions on Moscow as Russian troops conducted a live fire exercise on Ukraine’s border.
Northern Health says a passenger bus carrying patients to medical appointments was struck Monday by a semi-trailer. A dozen passengers, the bus driver, and the driver of the truck all escaped injury.
A small number of children in an international study that included Canadian researchers experienced severe outcomes after visiting an emergency room and testing positive for COVID-19.
Former governor general Julie Payette won’t lose her appointment to one of the country’s most prestigious civilian honours.
Health officials in B.C. are providing the latest update on COVID-19 in the province at 1:30 p.m. PT.
Officials in B.C. say current restrictions on gathering and events across the province aren’t likely to change “for now,” with the current, Omicron-driven wave of the pandemic expected to continue “for the next few weeks.”
Officials in B.C. say current restrictions on gathering and events across the province aren’t likely to change for now, with the current wave of the pandemic expected to drag on “for the next few weeks.”
Canadian national women’s hockey head coach Troy Ryan has made his final cuts for next month’s Beijing Olympics as Hockey Canada set to announce its player roster of 23 today at 4 p.m. ET. The team is expected to be led by captain and two-time Winter Games champion Marie-Philip Poulin.
Eight groups in Ontario that focus on workplace safety are joining together to try and create change within the province.
Richelle Dubois wants to know why criminal charges haven’t been laid against the truck driver who killed her daughter in September.
Edmonton Oilers general manager Ken Holland said Tuesday he’s spoken to controversial winger Evander Kane’s agent after his contract was recently terminated by the San Jose Sharks. “I believe in second chances. … We all make mistakes,” he says.
People who are not vaccinated against COVID-19 are at a higher risk of hospitalization and ICU admission, Region of Waterloo medical officer of health Dr. Hsiu-Li Wang says. She urged people to get their three doses of the vaccine as area hospitals saw 107 people in their care with the virus.