The Canadian Press

Canada becoming a favourite target of hackers for hosting cybercrime: report

Bad guys and affected users aren't necessarily in Canada, but Canadian infrastructure is being used to attack people elsewhere.

B.C. blogger's posthumous post draws eight million hits, outpouring of empathy

Family hopes writing will stand as memorial to man claimed by cancer.

SPCA pulls remains of 52 sled dogs from B.C. grave, investigation continues

Officials say dig has provided new information into alleged slaughter.

Top court to weigh future of Vancouver's controversial safe injection site

Would closing the centre violate the rights of the city's drug addicts? Is the centre in fact under provincial jurisdiction? The answers are near.

Paul Simon says he's not obsessed with death, despite subject matter of new CD

"There are a lot of different ways of thinking about life in a big picture," the singer insists.

Sea levels on B.C. coast rising faster, higher than previously believed

Provincial reports warms that climate change will mean a one-metre rise in waters by 2100.

Study says Athabasca pollution near oilsands is increasing

Chemicals toxic to fish and suspected of causing cancer in humans up by 40 per cent in river sediment in past decade, scientist says.

Conspiracy theory: NDP deputy leader Mulcair doubts U.S. has bin Laden photos

President's story of the capture was incomplete or wrong, he says.

Liberals balk at immediate leadership vote; Rae touted as interim leader

Debate begins on how to stretch out a decision for six months, and who should run things meantime.

May celebrates historic Green win, but Parliament could make for lonely days

DECISION 2010: Ex-Reformer Deborah Grey has been there before -- and says it won't be easy in Ottawa for May being a party of one.