BASTOGNE, Belgium — Side by side, the Allies and former enemy Germany together marked the 75th anniversary of one of the most important battles in World War II — the Battle of the Bulge, which stopped Adolf Hitler's last-ditch offensive to turn the tide of the war.
LITTLE BAY ISLANDS, N.L. — On a clear Friday morning in mid-November, the MV Hazel McIsaac is packed with a gaggle of chatting passengers. U-Hauls and pick-up trucks are parked on the ferry's bottom deck, waiting to make the crossing to Little Bay Islands.
VANCOUVER — Four British Columbia Indigenous groups are set to argue in the Federal Court of Appeal that the Canadian government failed to consult adequately with them before its latest approval of the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion.
EDMONTON — About a year ago, Alberta's United Conservative Party leader stood in front of 1,500 raucous supporters and called the federal carbon tax an act of "economic masochism" that he would fight with everything in his power if he were elected premier.
PORTLAND, Ore. — An American jury has awarded more than $9 million in damages to a man and woman from Vancouver who were struck by an 18-wheeler truck while riding their bikes along Interstate 84 in the Columbia River Gorge in Oregon.