Canadian Press

Smart, tough, friendly: Geographic society bids gray jay as national bird

Following a two-year search, Canada's national bird has been chosen.

U.S. users flooded Canadian immigration site before crash

The spike in American web traffic happened as presidential election poll results were coming in.

Efforts begin to raise sunken tug near Bella Bella

Some progress in work to reposition the Nathan E. Stewart

Trump and Canada: Many ways we may feel aftershocks of stunning U.S. presidential election

Donald Trump presidential win stuns Canadians, leaders around the world

Toronto stock market climbs after Trump win

Markets worldwide reacted with less volatility than predicted.

Bad weather could delay impending efforts to lift sunken tug from B.C. coast

Heiltsuk Nation awaits efforts to move sunken tug in Bella Bella.

UBC students gain new source for naloxone kits

UBC hospital latest to obtain potentially life-saving take-home drug kits

Bella Bella fuel spill prompts B.C. premier to blast federal government

Clark blasts Ottawa after Bella Bella spill

Teary RCMP commissioner apologizes, announces harassment suit settlement

'I'm truly sorry': Paulson to female Mounties

30 years after Diana’s AIDS kiss, a new Royal tour will put spotlight on social issues

Royal tour shows off Canada's beauty, draws attention to plight of addicts, refugees

Royals to visit iconic B.C., Yukon locales oozing with beauty, social values

Aboriginal hosts figure large in plans to welcome Duke and Duchess of Cambridge to Canada's West Coast

Prince William’s visit to B.C. draws memories of frenzied 1998 trip

Fifteen-year-old prince inspired 'rock star' welcome

Enbridge, feds won’t appeal ruling against Northern Gateway pipeline

B.C. First Nations remain staunchly opposed to Enbridge's $7.9 billion pipeline (with interactive timeline)

Debate over private healthcare in B.C. heads to court next week

Challenge from Dr. Brian Day of the Cambie Surgery Centre in Vancouver to finally be heard

South Korean cargo ship sits off Prince Rupert after company’s financial woes

Container ship Hanjin Scarlet sits off B.C. coast after financial woes, says port

Canada Post, postal union reach tentative deals

Two sides avert job action that has loomed for months

Libs looking at foreign workers for liquefied gas projects

Federal labour minister advised to allow temporary foreign workers as a backup to Canadians as B.C. aims to build LNG plants

Postal workers union give details of job action if no deal is reached Sunday

Talks continue, with rotating overtime ban set to begin Monday if no agreement by midnight Sunday

Royals to visit Vancouver, Victoria, Kelowna during Canadian visit

Stops in B.C. also include Bella Bella and Haida Gwaii