Tip 1: drink lots of fluids.
More than 25,000 people are expected to attend the 17th annual Peach City Beach Cruise in Penticton this weekend.
“Everything went peaceful.”
Police said the boy’s injuries were not consistent with being run over by a vehicle.
Fears grew for 141 people missing in China after a landslide buried their mountain village in southwestern Sichuan province on Saturday, with reports that only three survivors had been pulled out of the mud and rock hours after the calamity struck. The landslide swept over 46 homes as dawn broke at around 6 a.m. in…
Cyclists are gearing up for the annual Ride Don’t Hide fundraiser on Sunday in support of the Canadian Mental Health Association, but this year’s event will be bittersweet for those in Penticton. Not only will many be riding to raise funds for mental health, but they’ll also be peddling to celebrate the legacy of Jeremy…
Wondering what the summer weather is going to bring? We break down which regions are expected to feel the summer heat – and the rain.
The smell of more than 200 food dishes will waft through Victoria Park this weekend, as vendors cook up cuisine from around the world during the International Food Festival.
The family of Shannon Sullivan believes the 39-year-old Saint John native went missing from Toronto Feb. 13.
The transportation department hopes to have some answers from an engineering consultant this fall on what more can be done with the High Level Bridge.
Montrealer Chris Boucher signed a contract with the defending NBA champions Golden State Warriors.
So who is Christy Clark? Who are the BC Liberals? And what do they stand for? Your guess is as good as mine on that one.
The cafe has 10 cats available for adoption from the Meow Foundation, ranging in age from two-and-a-half months to three years old.
An Edmonton vet found guilty of four charges related to animal abuse has had his licence temporarily suspended.
Halifax’s Living Well Integrative Health Center has been nationally recognized for their innovative approach to collaborative care, and yet they still struggle to receive funding and support from the Nova Scotia government.
“…the fact I can forget about all that and catch footballs hopefully and block some people, that’s what makes me happy and I’m ready to go.”
One official said he believed the test had taken place within the past 24 hours.
“Look there has been no obstruction, there has been no collusion.”
“It’s crazy!”, the 22-year-old said. “I didn’t realize how easy it is to drown.”
No one has been injured in a three-alarm fire in Kerrisdale Thursday night.
The RCMP say charges are not expected to be laid.
The incident occurred as the woman was waiting for a bus on Sackville Drive.
Investigators are learning more about Amor Ftouhi, the suspect in a stabbing at an airport in Flint, Michigan.
The question, experts say, is less about drinking and more about parenting.
A full solar eclipse will cross the continental United States on Monday, Aug. 21. So what can Canadians expect to see in the sky?
The annual forest tent caterpillar control program wrapped up Thursday.
Vernon RCMP are searching for 38 year-old Crystal Cornish.
A mother and daughter from Côte Saint-Luc fight were diagnosed with breast cancer within 6 months and fight it together.
Toronto paramedics said a man was found with life-threatening injuries and transported to a local trauma centre.
Heart of a Man is the monthly support group for a man from all walks of life can voice their feelings, cry without judgment, and build each other up.
A massive redevelopment is in the works for a key piece of the waterfront along Vancouver’s False Creek. The Singapore-based owner of the Plaza of Nations site located at 750 Pacific Boulevard is seeking approval to build approximately 1,400 condo units on the 10-acre site as well as restaurants, a seawall and community centre. “It’s…
Two holdout jurors prevented Bill Cosby from being found guilty in his sexual assault trial and deliberations were so tense that jurors burst into tears, a jury member said.
Alberta Health Services issued the advisory for Lake Isle on Wednesday, after blooms of blue-green algae were discovered in the water.
A 50-year-old woman who was a passenger on a small, private bus has died of injuries she sustained in a collision with a tanker truck east of Calgary.
Fighters for the Islamic State group are targeting children in Mosul to prevent civilians from fleeing the city as Iraqi forces push into the last stronghold held in Iraq by the militants there, the United Nations said Thursday.
Canadian companies have also racked up debt to buy real estate
Tens of thousands of Canadians were hospitalized because of alcohol in 2016, according to a new report from the Canadian Institute of Health Information.
Two Canadian brewing companies head to court in Calgary on Thursday, arguing that a mark-up on out-of-province beer is unconstitutional. Last summer a markup was introduced on all beer, but Alberta brewers were given access grants that offset the tax.
The country needs more women managers, scientists and entrepreneurs to boost growth
Justin Trudeau plans to change the name of National Aboriginal Day to National Indigenous Peoples Day.
Privacy commissioner Brian Beamish is calling on the provincial government to make information identifying public facilities that provide medically assisted deaths available to those who request it.