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Over 100 people are reportedly dead, after a series of explosions and shootings were carried out in Paris on Friday night.
Historian Norm Christie is raising funds to find and re-bury 44 Canadian soldiers from World War I, which he believes were lost in France
A new poll of British Columbians has the Park and surfer's paradise one-two atop the province's travel destinations.
Yet another crossover enters the market in 2015, with Mazda's much-anticipated and 'exciting' CX-3.
This weekend's sevens series tournament is good to go at Westhills Stadium, as Ashley Steacy and Co. go for a home-cooked win.
The retailer will permanently close 66 stores and turn the other 65 into Best Buys. 1,500 jobs will also be lost in the move.
There are lots of kids named Emma and lots of kids named Jackson, according to registered entries on BabyCenter.ca.
Humans are always trying to go viral. Turns out, llamas have the secret. Just be themselves. Escape, and be themselves...
This year, Canadians were encouraged to post their Photos, Videos, and Tweets with the hashtags #PinkItForward and #PinkShirtDay
Once a controversial new design, the maple leaf withstood a battle between Prime Minister John Diefenbaker and Lester B. Pearson
Although sales were advertised as EVERYTHING UP TO 30% OFF, shoppers in Toronto were disappointed to find most deals between 10-20% off.
Squamish and Quebec City were the only Canadian cities on the Times' 'To Do' list for 2015, which totalled 52 cities and destinations.
Canada jumped out to a 5-1 lead with goals from Duclair, Paul, Domi, Reinhart, and McDavid, then held on above a furious Russian rally
Environment Canada says 'snowfalls will be heavy' inland and freezing rain will create 'treacherous travel conditions'
Editor Keith Morgan guns it from Chicago to Santa Monica – 4,000 kilometres in 7 days on Nissan's Altimate Rogue Trip.
VIDEO: Familiar favourites like video games, scooters, iPads, and walking, talking stuffed animals should once again reign, too.
Quinn died at VGH on Sunday night. He famously coached Vancouver to a Stanley Cup Final in 1994 and Team Canada to Olympic gold in 2002.
The men have been listed as missing on the National War Memorial in Ottawa, the centre of Canada's Remembrance Day ceremonies.
In a new, 3-minute YouTube video, B.C.'s tourism bureau kicks off its Super, Natural British Columbia campaign...
One witness – nearby worker Scott Walsh – says the gunman right by him, no more than five feet away, after the first shots were fired.