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Smallville actress charged with sex trafficking offence relating to NXIVM group accused of branding women
Federal prosecutors say a television actress best known for playing a young Superman's close friend has been charged with sex trafficking for helping recruit women to be slaves of a man who sold himself as a self-improvement guru.
The scientist behind the discovery of 200 bottlenose dolphins and 70 false killer whales says warmer waters and climate change likely led to their appearance.
The homeopathic remedy made from rabid dog saliva that a Victoria naturopath says she used to treat a small boy was not licensed for sale in Canada, and the federal government is opening an investigation.
Of the new funding, $1.7 million will go toward preventing sexual assault, domestic violence and human trafficking, Public Safety Minister Mike Farnworth said.
Disposable plastic straws are about to be banned throughout Britain. Here’s what’s happening with straws in Canada and a closer look at what impact such bans could really have.
Gabriel Klein was charged with second-degree murder and aggravated assault in connection a fatal stabbing at Abbotsford Secondary School in November 2016.
Christian Michael Lee Richardson has been charged with fraud and theft offences.
A rail strike has been temporarily averted after the federal labour minister ordered employees of Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd. to vote on the company's final offers, just hours before they were set to walk off the job.
Vancouver is famed for its annual 4/20 event — but the protest that put legalization into the popular consciousness didn't even take place on April 20.
The Vaisakhi parade is one of Surrey's biggest events.
Vancouver's annual pot festival is set to take place today at Sunset Beach, without the approval of the Vancouver Park Board.
When Dr. Brenda Wagner signed on as head of obstetrics at Richmond Hospital, the maternal team there had the highest rate of C-section births in B.C. A decade and a half later, it has one of the lowest.
Doing a double take over how much it costs to fill up a tank of gas is a classic Canadian irritation. But a confluence of factors are teaming up at the moment to make that process even more gob-smacking than usual. Here's a look at five big reasons why gas prices are soaring.
As the Liberal government deals with deep divisions over a western pipeline expansion, grassroots party members are pushing for a long-term vision that relies less on getting oil to market and more on Canada's energy independence.
Whenever a controversy about homeopathy pops up, Health Canada is stuck: either it affirms the alleged effectiveness of these products despite the total lack of scientific evidence, or it concedes that it has been green-lighting silly water as a health product in its role as a government regulator.
The City of Kamloops and the local school district say they may have a solution for a traffic-choked elementary school where safety has been a concern.
The province has brought in 50 forestry fire fighters to help with flooding north of Oliver, B.C., and in the community of Willowbrooke.
An interpretive tour of the Cheam Lake Wetlands in Chilliwack, B.C. ended in distress when a beloved taxidermied beaver was stolen. Park staff want to get him back.
A group of West Coast First Nations has won the right to harvest and sell fish commercially after a 12-year court battle.
CBC's 419 public forum will be a platform for intergenerational, inter-community dialogue about marijuana, teens and parents.