- Special Sections
- Contact Us
JOHNSONS LANDING, B.C. — Crews are keeping a close eye on the weather as it hampers search efforts for four people believed to be buried in a massive landslide in southeastern British Columbia.
The Harper government is resisting calls for a second round of stimulus — for now — after a leading international organization warned of a global slowdown and Canada’s central banker voiced concern about the impact at home.
VANCOUVER — For the first time in British Columbia lumber-trade history, softwood exports to China have surpassed those to the United States.
VANCOUVER — Furious hockey fans set fire to cars and garbage cans, tossed beer bottles at giant TV screens and ran rampant through downtown streets Wednesday after the Vancouver Canucks lost 4-0 to the Boston Bruins in Game 7 of the Stanley Cup final.
OTTAWA — The Conservative government continues to claim that Canada’s chrysotile asbestos can be used safely “under controlled conditions.”
TORONTO — Canada’s postal workers are considering an escalation of their current round of rotating strikes but have so far stopped short of suggesting a full-blown national walkout will be the next step.
VANCOUVER — While nearly half a million British Columbians ducked, covered and held on tight during a province-wide earthquake drill in late January, the other 90 per cent of the population sailed on with their day as usual.
OTTAWA — Preliminary results from a Health Canada survey suggest that seven per cent of Canadian homes contain elevated concentrations of radioactive radon gas.