Longtime social activist Patricia Grinsteed is not letting COVID-19 or her age stop her from continuing to make a difference in her community. Grinsteed, 91, is
Edmonton Mayor Don Iveson says the question before city council is how to best achieve public safety for police and the communities they interact
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A cutback in mail service is causing hardship for those who live at Woodwards Community Housing in Vancouver, according to a resident. Gordon French has
British Columbians had just started taking precautions to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus when Anna Trowbridge, an emergency nurse at Vancouver General
Donald Trump launched a Twitter war of a different sort Thursday, picking a fight with the online platforms that helped to shape his political
With warm weather leading more people outside, in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, that casual stroll through the city has changed. Even with
Social media platforms have taken unprecedented steps to fight misinformation online because of the COVID-19 pandemic, but some critics say they could still do more.
Alberta Health Services has issued a closure order to Edmonton’s Jollibee restaurant, saying it failed to comply with social distancing requirements related to COVID-19.
Social media in B.C. is awash with rants about travellers this Easter long weekend, with most questioning the need to visit in spite of