Stewart, B.C., and Hyder, Alaska, basically form "one community," Stewart's mayor said. The U.S.-Canada border closure is making life difficult for residents.
Michael Poole was a complicated, eccentric father figure to thousands of young people who wanted a life off the grid.
Physicians with experience in conflict and triage are struggling to get their international credentials recognized.
An emergency harm reduction strategy allows dependent drug users to take home medical replacements for fentanyl, meth, and other street drugs.
Before Canada announced its multi-billion dollar aid package, Vancouverites started solving each other’s dilemmas on social media.
Police say they’ll move to a nearby town if land defenders will allow pipeline workers to access construction sites.
Scientists have discovered the first fast radio burst that beats at a steady rhythm, and the mysterious repeating signal is coming from the outskirts of another galaxy.
The Wet’suwet’en’s fight against Coastal GasLink is a “whole new ballgame” now that the world is watching, say supporters.
Newly obtained footage shows the underwater fish farm pipe in British Columbia is still churning out virus-infected blood and guts.
With politicians pledging to plant billions of trees to fight climate change, the industry needs workers more than ever.