The Canadian Press

Marijuana rules will be ‘a work in progress’

A Vancouver councillor says marijuana rules will be ‘a work in progress’

Dodgers close in on World Series

Dodgers close in on World Series with 6-1 win over Cubs

Judge awards largest punitive damage award in B.C. pedestrian crash: lawyer

A woman was awarded $100,000 for punitive damages in addition to more than $2M for general damages

Duke and Duchess of Cambridge expecting child in April

Kate Middleton had announced she was expecting a child back in September

Prisoners in Canada among alleged leaders in massive opioid ring: US authorities

It’s being called the most prolific fentanyl-trafficking and money-laundering operations

A mother recounts the torment of her daughter’s kidnapping

“One Day Closer,” published by Simon and Schuster, goes beyond the inner turmoil of a mother’s despair

Californians brace for emotional toll of wildfires

“Many people who call are sad and worried, the shock has worn off and the sadness, depression and loss is setting in.”

Shares of Bombardier soar following new deal

Shares of Bombardier up more than 20 per cent after singing CSeries deal with Airbus

Calgary mayor wins another term

Incumbents take the day throughout Alberta in municipal elections

B.C. man fights to prove he’s alive

A Kamloops man has to prove he’s alive after bureaucratic error declares him dead

Alleged victims sue B.C. man awarded millions after acquittal in sex-assault case

Five unnamed women filed a lawsuit in B.C. Supreme Court alleging Ivan Henry sexually assaulted them

Dodgeball is a wild sport – and Canada is very good

World championships set to begin on Friday outside of Toronto

“Trailer Park Boys’ Jim Lahey actor John Dunsworth dead at 71

He played Jim Lahey in the classic Canadian show

Calgary mayor’s race draws attention

Calgary mayor’s race most high-profile in Alberta municipal elections

Canadian horse ‘checks in’ to Kentucky motel

A video is making the rounds of Canadian horse ‘checking in’ at a pet-friendly Kentucky motel

Loblaws lays off 500 office workers

Loblaw Companies has laid off 500 office workers in a cost-cutting drive

Police recover Blue Jays rings, including 1992 World Series ring, stolen in 1994

Toronto-area police say they learned last week the stolen items were being sold online.

Ottawa to cut small business tax rate to 9%

Changes to tax reform proposals aimed at clarifying wealthy are the target

California fire victims return home

As crews gain ground, California wildfire victims are headed home

Earthquakes salvage 1-1 tie with the Vancouver Whitecaps

Whitecaps missed an opportunity to clinch top spot for the first time in club history