If Mark Haden has his way, Canada's government could start regulating shamans and shroom dealers.
Those near-perfect abs are a powerful statement on who we think we are.
In BC, where overdose deaths are up 74 percent, several festivals offer free drug testing – but fentanyl testing equipment's not ready yet.
Thirty-five years ago, Granger Taylor left a note saying he was boarding an alien spaceship for an interstellar journey. He was never seen again.
Everything from cocaine to heroin is being cut with the opioid.
Many are wondering how that's even possible in the midst of the Canadian city's affordable housing crisis.
Fresh off his first world title victory, we caught up with Robert Gagno and the filmmakers behind Wizard Mode, a documentary about his rise to the top.
The province saw nearly 500 deaths from drug overdose in 2015, a 30 percent rise from the year before. The main driver behind the rise appears to be the opioid fentanyl.
The 'Access Without Fear' policy was passed unanimously on Wednesday by city council.
Civil rights groups want to know: Are you reading our texts or nah?
Apparently teachers don't know how to use their own computers either.
It's Australia Day—and the poor Canadian towns of Whistler, British Columbia and Banff, Alberta are being forced to deal with a bunch of drunken Aussies dancing naked in the snow.
The two men were taking photos of the mall in order to see it better, not to blow it up.
Pot activist Dana Larsen is sending bud through the mail to legislators even though he knows this sort of move isn't legal.
The northern BC island is on one of Canada's biggest salmon-producing rivers, which resident First Nation groups fear could be greatly impacted by pipeline development.
From hackers invading baby monitors to stolen cop cars to mass pig heists, here are some of the most bonkers capers of 2015.
For several years, the Unis'tot'en clan have been manning checkpoints on the boundaries of their territory, where energy companies plan to construct pipelines.
Police say at least ten people have been attacked this year.
I found alcoholism, gambling, God, and deep conversations about Donald Trump at Vancouver's Kingsgate shopping center.
John Blown penned an angry blog post about people who don't dress properly before going on a hike up a freezing mountain in November.
Tanya Olivares was nine when her father went to prison. She wouldn't see him again for 27 years.
Former RCMP detective Ray Michalko is investigating the murders of a number of women along Northern BC's 'Highway of Tears.'
Once young people age out of BC's broken foster care system, they are offered no support and often end up living on the streets of Vancouver.
Everyone has a drug story, even if it's about how they don't do drugs.