Canadian Press

CANADA 150: Canadian inventors have changed the world

Without the Canadians of inventions like zippers, garbage bags the world would prove more difficult

Canadian teens thoughts on pot unchanged after legalization news

Government officials announced Thursday that cannabis would be made legal for recreational use by July 2018

CANADA 150: Tracing the roots of Canada’s love for hockey

Paul Henderson reminisces about the greatest goal scored in Canada’s greatest game

Canucks fire head coach Willie Desjardins

Reports say that NHL team has fired their head coach

Motorists urged to use road sense and not cause ‘bear jams’ on B.C. roadways

Conservation officers are warning drivers of dopey, hungry bears emerging from hibernation.

On centennial, Canadians to stop and mark bloody legacy of Battle of Vimy Ridge

On Sunday morning, millions of Canadians will stop for a moment to remember those lost during the Battle of Vimy Ridge.

Candidates in upcoming B.C. provincial election to receive housing data

Officials with the BC Non-Profit Housing Association say it will provide each candidate with a comprehensive report.

Police announce arrest following alleged breach of B.C.’s PharmaNet system

Police said he is facing a number of identity-theft related charges.

Fire chiefs across Canada say most Canadians unprotected against silent killer

Keep away silent killer with detector: fire chiefs

Totem pole raised at UBC honours First Nations victimized by residential schools

The pole was carved from a 800-year-old red cedar tree on B.C.'s north coast.

McDonald’s Canada says info of 95,000 job applicants compromised

McDonald's Canada jobs website hacked

Taste standards for pot are coming: UBC study

Marijuana could soon have flavours as standardized as shiraz and pinot gris are for wine

Purolator stops accepting new shipments as strike deadline nears

The company said in a statement that the company will try its best to deliver shipments already in its network

The coming disruption: How robots might upend different professions

The study argues that tasks, not entire professions, will be affected

B.C. teacher approve deal with province, end 15-year-long bargaining battle

More than 21,000 educators voted on an agreement about class size and composition, the union says.

New B.C. ‘duty to document’ law doesn’t go far enough: privacy group

B.C. first in Canada to introduce 'duty to document' legislation

B.C. Mounties get first Aboriginal commander

Deputy commissioner Brenda Butterworth-Carr is the new commanding officer of E Division, the largest in the country.

Oops, our bad: ‘Moonlight’ really won in major mess-up

The cast of 'La La Land' had almost finished their acceptance speech before the mistake was caught

VIDEO: Canadian Oscar hopefuls include Ryan Gosling, Arrival

Academy Awards on Sunday feature several Canuck contenders

7 Earth-size worlds found orbiting star; could hold life

This cluster of planets is 40 light-years away in the constellation Aquarius