‘Suspicious death’: Police investigate discovery of man’s body in Oak Bay, B.C.
There have been no arrests, but Saanich police called the discovery an 'isolated incident,' and said there was no perceived risk to the public.
Victim in suspicious Oak Bay, B.C. death identified as 33-year-old man
Steven Middleton, 33, has been identified as the man found dead in Oak Bay on Wednesday under suspicious circumstances.
Portage la Prairie RCMP arrest woman armed with crowbar
The suspect now faces charges of assaulting a police officer, resisting arrest, and possessing a weapon for a dangerous purpose.
‘Classless imbecile’ vandals do $4,000 damage to Vancouver Island cricket pitch
"To the classless imbecile or imbeciles who tore up the pitch at Windsor Park last night, remember you will be held to account," said the Victoria and District Cricket Association.
Thousands of units expected from select B.C. cities in new housing targets
If met, the five-year goals mean the selected communities would build 38 per cent more stock than what they would have otherwise, based on historic trends.
B.C. man breaks record for Georgia Strait crossing on stand-up paddleboard
Former architect Jerry Zhang is hoping to paddle from Victoria to Tsawwassen in just 13 hours.
Feel-good Friday: Global BC’s highlights of the week
From a possible world record to an outpouring of generosity for firefighters who lost their homes, here are five good news stories from the week to share.
Canadian doctors brace for another ‘tripledemic’ – COVID-19, RSV and influenza
As Canadians continue to enjoy the last bit of summer's sun-soaked days, doctors say they are bracing for a potential "tridemic" of influenza, RSV and COVID-19.
West Vancouver, Vancouver place near top of list ranking income inequality
The highest-earning 10 per cent of households in West Vancouver made nine times more than the lowest-earning 10 per cent.
No injuries in Oak Lake plane crash, Manitoba RCMP say
Police said a float plane was trying to land on the lake Sunday morning when the incident happened. When the plane touched down, its wing hit the water, causing the crash.
Hamilton’s Around the Bay sticks with Tim Horton’s Field despite renovation shift
The 2024 edition of the Around the Bay Road race will start and finish at Tim Hortons Field, regardless of the status of FirstOntario Center renovations, say organizers.
Hurricane Juan: the most powerful and deadly storm to hit Atlantic Canada in 50 years
Thursday marks the 20th anniversary of Hurricane Juan's arrival in Atlantic Canada. The Category 2 hurricane brought sustained winds of 152 kilometres per hour amid excessive rain.
IN PHOTOS: Idalia leaves damage trail as storm moves into Atlantic
Downgraded now to Tropical Storm Idalia, it’s moving through the Carolinas Thursday and will then enter the Atlantic Ocean where it’s forecast to fizzle out.
Idalia descends on the Carolinas as tropical storm after wreaking havoc in Florida
The weakening storm still packed winds of up to 60 mph (96 kph) as it blasted through Georgia and South Carolina on Wednesday evening.
Parents facing roadblocks in accessing child care for children with disabilities: Winnipeg daycare
Finding child care has been a major source of stress for Destiny Munoz and her family.
Labour Day 2023: What’s open and closed in London, Ont.
The City of London is again offering up free recreation activities this holiday Monday. Residents will also want to keep in mind closures for Labour Day.
COMMENTARY: Ontario’s Greenbelt is safe for now, but will the scandal alter Doug Ford’s course?
Ontario Premier Doug Ford's extraordinary reversal on his decision to open the GTA's Greenbelt for housing development flows from two colossal political miscalculations.
Powerful victim impact statements shared about death of St. Albert senior
'He is not just fingernail clippings, blood stains or a body in a tote,' his daughter Stacey Worsfold said, breaking down in tears on the stand.
10 home decor ideas to impress your guests this Thanksgiving
Add these cozy, autumnal touches to help create a heartfelt holiday your family and friends won’t soon forget.
Oak Bay city worker killed in vehicle crash, other driver sent to hospital
While the driver of the black SUV was sent to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries, police said the municipal staff member was pronounced dead at the scene.