REVELSTOKE, B.C. — A group of five skiers has been found safe near Revelstoke, B.C., after spending part of the night lost in the backcountry.
OTTAWA — Two-thirds of Canadians are happy with how their current voting system works, says a report detailing the findings of the Trudeau government's online electoral reform survey.
A new study from Statistics Canada says that almost half the country's population could be an immigrant or the child of an immigrant within the next 20 years.
VANCOUVER — An advocacy group has lost its legal bid to have two rulings by B.C.'s conflict of interest commissioner involving Premier Christy Clark set aside.
An Ontario minor hockey executive has apologized for a slur aimed at Canadian women who travelled to Washington, D.C., over the weekend to join a massive march against U.S. President Donald Trump.
VANCOUVER — Councillors in Vancouver are mulling how to spend about $3.5 million in tax money earmarked for addressing the ongoing illicit drug overdose crisis that claimed 215 people in the city last year.