Community organizations are taking housing units off the speculative market, but advocates say the government still needs to take responsibility.
The mother of an Indigenous woman whose remains were found a year and half after she went missing in Vancouver says she won’t give up trying to find out what happened.
Dozens of people marked the anniversary of the display of shoes on the steps of the Vancouver Art Gallery Saturday, placed there after suspected unmarked graves were discovered on the grounds of a former residential school in Kamloops last year.
More Canadians could experience late-stage cancer diagnoses in the years ahead, medical experts warn, forecasting a looming crisis tied to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
The unprovoked beating her 13-year-old son endured from one of his peers in a Summerside park was bad enough. But what made it worse, his mother said, was that others stood around and watched.
A ranch owner in Kamloops, B.C., has been criticized by the province’s solicitor general for refusing to accept a vaccinated international traveller.
Some Montrealers are turning their home upside down to house Ukrainian newcomers. About 400 Ukrainians are expected to arrive in the city on May 29.
Friends of Rob Hayami say he loved hockey, music and golf. He died Wednesday after being hit by a tree during Saturday's deadly derecho windstorm. Hayami was 49.
Supreme Court of Canada justices examining the sentencing of Quebec City mosque shooter Alexandre Bissonnette decided unanimously on Friday that a sentencing provision allowing for consecutive, 25-year blocks of parole ineligibility periods for multiple first-degree murders amounted to "cruel and unusual" punishment.
The B.C. government says it is providing $750,000 to expand access to free menstrual products for people who need them and to help the United Way establish a task force to consider how to end " period poverty.''