The company announced Thursday it would give five cents to the Global Fund of the RED foundation for each hand-crafted drink it sells on Saturday, December 1 in the United States and Canada for World AIDS Day.
Police thought they have just seized in what appeared to be the biggest marijuana bust in the city’s history. Unfortunately for them, the plants turned out to be daisies and not cannabis.
A new study led by Vancouver’s Dr. Danuta Skowronski, an influenza expert at the B.C. Center for Disease Control has spotted a strange vaccine related phenomenon.
A busy city surrounded by mountains, water and hundreds of parks, Vancouver has plenty to do both indoors and out.
A Facebook page that asks the Costco in Bellingham, WA to create a ‘special time just for Americans’ has created a stir in the Canadian and US media.
Although illegal aliens are an issue on our southern border, our neighbor to the north has might have its own problems with aliens, from another world.
A man described as a key player in a drug trafficking ring that smuggled cocaine and other drugs between Canada and Washington state has received an 11-year prison term.
School officials are accused of playing a prank on students by making them eat moose poop.
The ACLU filed a lawsuit Thursday against the U.S. Border Patrol seeking to bar agents from making traffic stops, saying people are being pulled over and questioned “without reasonable suspicion.” The lawsuit stems from tensions between immigrants and the expanded presence of Border Patrol agents in Washington state’s Olympic Peninsula, which doesn’t share a land border with Canada.
Gov. Chris Gregoire and British Columbia Premier Christy Clark have signed an agreement to conduct a cross-border earthquake readiness exercise this summer.