Stephanie Seed was last seen by her family in February.
A series of earthquakes once again struck in a seismically active area west of Vancouver Island.
On International Human Rights Day, a writer and broadcaster highlights the devastating impact of cow vigilantism on India.
The offences allegedly occurred between 1972 and 1975.
Jobs, Trade and Technology Minister Bruce Ralston has decided that now isn't the optimal time to hold trade talks in China.
This love story between a Muslim boy and a Hindu girl isn’t just about romance, but also focuses on many related issues confronting Indian society.
Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs Le Yucheng has delivered sharp rebukes.
One of B.C.'s greenest parliamentarians is calling it quits next year to spend some quality time with his family.
A Merritt-based fish and game club has won a major victory.
Dan Small, a former manager with Vancouver's Portland Hotel Society, believes that solving the country's opioid epidemic requires an investigation of the political circumstances that allowed for so many to die.
In a report to commissioners, general manager Malcolm Bromley explained that the age-based fee structure would be maintained.
By Wendy Holm
The former New York Times corporate crime expert has concluded that it should lead to the end of Trump's presidency...in a normal country.
The Island itself is federal public land—an urban park belonging to the people of Canada.
Investigators are seeking more information about the victim from friends and acquaintances, as well as the general public.
Environment Minister George Heyman's constituency office was the site of a protest by teenagers who are freaked out about rising greenhouse gas emissions.
Matthew Zielinski has big plans for Lenovo in Canada.
The real reason for the U.S. and its allies to keep Huawei out of North America is to prevent the further rise of a long-term competitor.
According to investigators, the victim sustained injuries that suggest foul play.
A Huawei executive is at the centre of an international diplomatic uproar that has all the makings of a John le Carré novel.