Charges have been laid in the 2022 fatal hit-and-run that occurred at a downtown Squamish bus stop, which resulted in the death of Squamish's Gurpreet Sangha, and severe injuries to another woman.
In an email exchange with the NOW, Pearce said he makes "no apologies" for the message.
General Motors says pretax earnings took a $1.1 billion hit this year from a six-week strike by autoworkers, but the company expects to absorb the costs of a new contract and is even raising its dividend.
A large majority of Canadians agree that higher immigration is fuelling the housing crisis and putting pressure on the health-care system, a new Leger poll suggests.
Chilly nights and snow-covered slopes may not be easy to come by in much of Canada during the first part of the winter season, according to the winter outlook from one of Canada's prominent forecasters.
Microsoft’s president says he doesn't think artificial intelligence poses an immediate threat to humanity's existence, but governments and businesses still need to move faster to address the technology's risks by implementing what he calls "safety brakes."
The North American wolverine will receive long-delayed federal protections under a Biden administration proposal released Wednesday in response to scientists warning that climate change will likely melt away the rare species’ snowy mountain refuges.
It’s her, hi — Taylor Swift is Spotify’s 2023 most-played artist.