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The operators of one of Vancouver's last independent movie theatres say they have received an extension from their landlord to save the venue.
Canadian television and film executive Catherine Tait will become the first woman president and CEO of CBC/Radio-Canada.
Ottawa has announced a new multibillion-dollar infrastructure deal with British Columbia, just a week after a report found the federal government was falling behind on the spending program.
The alleged victim suffered cuts and bruises after being punched several times, police say.
Canadian border agents finally have a new tentative contract after four years of on-again, off-again negotiations and court challenges.
As of April 1, the prices of nearly 70 commonly prescribed generic drugs have gone down — in some cases, by 25 to 40 per cent compared to their brand-name equivalents.
Stella Artois says it's recalling beer packaged in 330-millilitre glass bottles as a safety precaution because the company says some of them have a flaw that may cause a small piece of glass to break off and possibly fall into the beer.
Vancouver Canucks forwards Henrik and Daniel Sedin have announced that this will be their last NHL season.
Vancouver Canucks forwards Henrik and Daniel Sedin have announced this will be their final NHL season. The twin stars broke the news in a letter on the team's website.
A popular Metro Vancouver zoo is taking steps to protect its rabbits from a deadly virus that was first detected on Vancouver Island but has now spread to the Lower Mainland.
Exemptions to the province's speculation tax have some communities close to the Lower Mainland worried they might face an increase in foreign buyers and empty homes.
The Ripple Rock explosion was a major engineering feat years in the making. It was also one of the first events to be broadcast live across the country.
The Fairmont Empress in Victoria has lifted its ban against Nick Burchill — 17 years after dozens of seagulls trashed the Dartmouth, N.S., man's hotel room while feasting on enough pepperoni to fill his suitcase.
Researchers at the University of Toronto say ethical questions are arising as they make progress in the lab to unlock the secrets of the mind.
Aeroplan is apologizing to any members offended by its recent survey that included questions that asserted immigration was harmful, suggested males were superior and that traditional marriage was the only way to form a family.
Michael Roy, works at a Vancouver-based creative agency. He opened up about the give and take of advertising and told Checkup guest host Susan McReynolds about the role he believes governments should play in protecting people’s privacy.
A four-year-old boy from the Okanagan is battling for his life at the B.C. Children's Hospital after he contracted a rare blood infection.
Girls and women boarded a hovercraft and a zodiac in Richmond, B.C., on Saturday to get a taste of what it's like to be part of the Canadian Coast Guard.
Tofino beach-goers got a rare glimpse of some strange looking blue creatures Sunday, as hundreds of jelly-fish like creatures known as Velella Velella washed ashore
Amanda Swinimer runs the business Dakini Tidal Wilds, and for 17 years she’s harvested seaweed by hand to supply to health food stores. In the past few years she’s seen more demand from local chefs.