Philip Broberg will make his NHL debut Saturday night when the Edmonton Oilers host the Chicago Blackhawks.
A Manitoba court will decide in January whether or not to approve an $85.5-million settlement between the province and those affected by flooding around Lake Manitoba in 2011.
The images, taken on Friday, show homes, barns and highways still barely visible under the water, five days after the atmospheric river hit.
The city remains under a state of local emergency, with massive flooding in the Sumas Prairie agricultural area.
Jaxon Langdon is a three year old boy in Salmon Arm living with a rare genetic condition. “He has something called hypotonia so he can’t sit up, he can’t walk, he can’t crawl. He also has ventricular septal defect so he has three holes in his heart, two of them has closed over so he…
Officers in the Alberta RCMP’s major crimes unit need help to identify a woman who was found dead in a rural area south of Pincher Creek this week.
OKIB has reached an agreement for the purchase of the O’Keefe Range in Vernon.
The Prince Albert board of police commissioners says it ‘fully supports’ an independent review of in-custody care and oversight following three in-custody deaths in recent weeks.
The transit agency said if employees do not get vaccinated against COVID-19 or disclose their vaccination status by Dec. 30, workers will face termination.
Activists have previously pointed to differences in how police handled Rittenhouse’s case and that of Jacob Blake, the Black man who was shot by a white Kenosha police officer.
The council says they need more financial support as their communities are experiencing a myriad of issues, from flooding and wildfires to COVID-19 and residential schools.
17 people in intensive care and another 13 in hospital for a total of 30 patients hospitalized in the province.
Police in Rotterdam fired warning shots and used water cannon as protests turned violent.
A video claiming to show Chinese player Peng Shuai out with friends is “insufficient” evidence of her welfare, says Women’s Tennis Association chief Steve Simon.
A Vancouver man who escaped Monday’s deadly mudslide on Highway 99 said he’s grateful for the kindness of complete strangers during the harrowing ordeal.
Police say a 48-year-old man from Nunavut has died as a result of a vehicle collision that occurred on Reeves Street in Port Hawkesbury.
The number of new cases is significantly above the seven-day average of 665.
The slide came down on a section of the highway between Pemberton and Lillooet known as Old Duffey Road on Monday, sweeping between five and seven vehicles off the road.
While little information about the victim or cause of death has been released, police say officers attended the area of Hurst Drive and Golden Meadow Road around 6 p.m. Friday.
Saskatchewan says it will not require children to show proof of COVID-19 vaccination or a negative test to attend school or extracurricular activities — unless there are unusual circumstances.