STRASBOURG, France — Fresh from his meeting in Washington, Justin Trudeau sought to bring Europe a message of reassurance Thursday about the anxiety it faces over Donald Trump's antipathy towards the continent.
VANCOUVER — Premier Christy Clark is promising a thorough investigation into four incidents that the B.C. government describes as "unusual" activity in its PharmaNet system where unknown people are believed to have accessed personal information.
OTTAWA — An independent watchdog has uncovered shoddy reporting by RCMP officers in northern British Columbia that makes it impossible to tell whether many missing-persons cases were properly investigated.
CRANBROOK, B.C. — A special prosecutor will ask British Columbia's Court of Appeal to overturn the acquittal of a former leader of a polygamous community who was found not guilty of taking a girl across the border for sexual purposes.
CALGARY — An Alberta man waiting for a jury's verdict lived under an assumed name and did time for drug trafficking years before facing first-degree murder charges in the deaths of a couple and their grandson.
CALGARY — Douglas Garland, 57, is being tried on three charges of first-degree murder in the deaths of Alvin and Kathy Liknes and their grandson Nathan O'Brien. His fate is now with a jury. Here's a timeline of the case: