CBC | Top Stories News
A study of recent blood donors suggests three times as many Quebecers could have been infected with the novel coronavirus than is reflected in the official numbers.
A British judge ruled Wednesday that the Duchess of Sussex can keep the names of five close friends secret while she brings a privacy invasion lawsuit against a British newspaper — but he chided both sides in the case for playing out their battle in the media as well as the courtroom.
A third of Canadians want to hold off on getting an eventual vaccine for COVID-19, new survey results show — and vaccine experts warn that while the skepticism comes from a "legitimate" place, it could derail efforts to protect society’s most vulnerable from the virus.
Seventy-five years after two nuclear bombs were dropped in Japan — killing hundreds of thousands of people in the cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki — one small community in the Northwest Territories is still haunted by its connection to the blasts.
The number of large Canadian businesses seeking protection from creditors hit its highest point in more than a decade in May and June, and experts say even more are likely on the way because of COVID-19.
Residents of Beirut awoke to a scene of utter devastation on Wednesday, a day after a massive explosion at the port sent shock waves across the Lebanese capital, killing at least 100 people and wounding thousands.
Toronto MP Michael Levitt is resigning his seat as a Liberal backbencher to take a job with a prominent Jewish human rights organization.
The federal Liberals have given companies more than $5.8 billion in pandemic-related contracts for personal protective gear and medical supplies.
CBC | British Columbia News
The funding will support the work of the Kootenay Conservation Program to protect more than 10,000 square kilometres of wetland and other areas within four Kootenay regions.
Aug. 5 will see voting in the quarterfinals for both the Fraser River and Northern quadrants, as we go from eight to four neighbourhoods in both sections.
A B.C. woman who gave her psychotherapist power of attorney and the ability to make legally binding decisions about her health says she did so believing Susannah-Joy Schuilenberg was a doctor of psychology.
When British Columbians were told to stay home and stay safe at the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, Denis Laferriere did exactly that.
Charbel Elia's family, despite being 70 kilometers away from Beirut's port where the massive blast took place, could still hear and feel the impact.
As the infamous B.C. gangster Jarrod Bacon prepares to leave prison on statutory release for a third time, the Parole Board of Canada is imposing several conditions upon him to protect society and facilitate his reintegration.
Tim Takaro, 63, is camping out high in a cluster of trees in Burnaby to protest and delay work on the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion.
South Asians have a long history of solidarity with other people of colour in Canada and the United States due to the once restrictive immigration policies and discrimination of the two countries, says the co-founder of the U.S.-based South Asian American Digital Archive.
Residents of a small B.C. border town want to be recognized, along with their Alaskan neighbours, as an "integrated trans-border community" so they can travel freely from one side of the border to the other.
A group of Grade 12 students teamed up with the Metro Vancouver Transit Police to drive home the message that sexual offences committed on public transit will not be tolerated and must be reported.
The provincial health ministry has launched an investigation into systemic racism faced by Indigenous peoples in the health care system. People are asked to share their experiences via an online survey by Aug. 6
RCMP and British Columbia's coroner are investigating the sudden deaths of a man and woman in Tulameen, north of Princeton.
Provincial Health Officer Dr. Bonnie Henry announced 146 new cases of COVID-19 in B.C. since Friday during her update on the coronavirus pandemic.
A total of 29 new supervised consumption or inhalation services will be opened, while 42 nurses, social workers and peer support workers will join 14 new or existing outreach teams.
A Vancouver cyclist says he is "happy to be alive" after being hit by a driver carrying an overhanging load in a pickup truck along the Sea-to-Sky Highway on Monday.
The deep valleys scarred into the surface of Mars under thick sheets of ice show that the planet once mirrored the Canadian High Arctic, says a new study.
Canadians shouldn't expect a COVID-19 vaccine to be a "silver bullet" that will bring a swift end to the coronavirus pandemic and a return to normal, according to the country's chief public health officer.
All of the properties under alert are located along Highway 5A between McCaffrey Lake, MacKenzie Lake, Dry Lake, Round Lake and Allison Lake Provincial Park, according to the Regional District of Okanagan-Similkameen Emergency Response Centre.
A pair of Metro Vancouver mayors are worried that restrictions on popular regional and provincial parks are forcing smaller community parks to bear a larger, less physically distanced, load.
Boat sales and rentals are on the rise, driven by people yearning for a bit of freedom six months into the pandemic, and police say that's resulted in a "massive" increase in watercraft in the inlets of Metro Vancouver.
CBC | Sports News
WNBA players from the Atlanta team, as well as players from the Seattle Storm, Chicago Sky and Phoenix Mercury, wore "Vote Warnock" on T-shirts before their games on Tuesday.
In his daily recap, Rob Pizzo tells you everything you need to know from day 4 of the NHL playoffs.
When he graduated from Ryerson in 2019, Jean-Victor Mukama knew that although his 404 points scored over the course of the season catapulted him to sixth best in program history, it would not be as simple as declaring for the NBA draft, working out, and waiting.
J.T. Miller's goal and assist led the Vancouver Canucks in a 4-3 win over the Minnesota Wild on Tuesday, evening their qualifying series at one win apiece.
Scrambling for replacements following a coronavirus outbreak, the Miami Marlins added a Moran, a Morin, two pitchers named Josh Smith and a former Olympic medallist in speed skating.
Sebastian Aho scored twice in the third period while James Reimer was strong in net to help the Carolina Hurricanes beat the New York Rangers 4-1 on Tuesday night and sweep the Stanley Cup qualifier series.
The Blue Jays played their first game since Thursday. Their weekend series against Philadelphia was postponed in this virus-interrupted season.
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