A Vancouver Island softball player who was critically injured over the weekend while playing in a recreational league tournament is receiving an outpouring of community support.
A Winnipeg couple who say they were pickpocketed in Mexico are out $6,600 after someone apparently used the PIN on their credit card to make fraudulent purchases, and their credit card company says that's enough reason to not reverse the charges.
Thousands of Atlantic salmon have escaped into Pacific waters east of Victoria after the nets ripped at a U.S. fish farm in the San Juan Islands.
A Conservative MP in British Columbia is urging Canadians to contact their members of Parliament about the New Brunswick case involving cross-border alcohol limits that heads to the Supreme Court of Canada in December.
NDP leadership candidate Niki Ashton issued a statement Tuesday rejecting unwanted political support from a controversial Canadian-Palestinian who B'nai Brith Canada has called a Holocaust denier.
Hundreds of firefighters and dozens of aircraft are working to contain the largest wildfire ever recorded in British Columbia's history, and it could take weeks to get it under control.
A team from Brock University is predicting an outbreak of the West Nile virus that could hit more than 300 human cases in the next two weeks.
A town in Newfoundland and Labrador is the focus of what could be an embarrassing legal mistake that led to the unintentional sale of its water supply system.
The municipality of Pointe-des-Cascades, Que., says it won't remove an anchor adorned with a swastika in a neighbourhood park because the piece recovered by local divers has historical significance.
Four teenagers pepper-sprayed and carjacked a Winnipeg man Monday afternoon who showed up for what he thought was a date he'd arranged through a free online dating site, police say.