The UBC Department of Anesthesiology released a statement saying Dr. Pieter Swart was descending from Camp 4 due to a "respiratory event" when he died.
The regulations are impacting not just temporary tributes but also a permanent memorial at the city operated Pleasant Valley Cemetery.
The Toronto Blue Jays placed catcher Danny Jansen on the 10-day injured list Friday with a left groin strain.
Estabrooks and other trustees urged parents to consider education funding when marking their ballots in the provincial election on Monday.
A leaked recording provided by the provincial NDP party has brought to light comments made by the co-chair for the Manitoba PC election campaign
"If Congress fails to increase the debt limit, it would cause severe hardship to American families," Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen is warning.
The Grouse Mountain Resort said there are a number of attractions to visit once hikers conquer the Grouse Grind.
Federal NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh spoke out against eviction notices sent to some tenants of two Webster Street apartments while in London, Ont., on Friday.
Saskatoon's Erin McFarland said she's taking part in the Great Cycle Challenge to raise awareness of childhood cancers, as well as to raise funds for research.
The province runs an online tick-checking program through Manitoba Health in which a photo of a suspected blacklegged tick can be submitted and assessed by experts.
In an interview with Global News, Sport Minister Pascale St-Onge talks about Ottawa's new safe sport measures and investigating abuse complaints.
Nvidia Corp closed in on a trillion-dollar market value on Thursday as shares surged 25 per cent following a bumper earnings report.
A New Brunswick mechanic says he's looking forward getting away from working after a $5 million Lotto 6/49 win. He might even get his pilot's licence.
A coroner's inquest into the death of a patient who died in a New Brunswick emergency room last summer has been postponed, the province announced Friday.
The Wagner Group may be trying to smuggle weapons to Ukraine from Mali as Russia continues its invasion of the country, U.S. officials say.
Coupled with possible progress on a debt ceiling deal to avoid a catastrophic U.S. default, the data throws doubt on whether the Fed will indeed "pause" its rate-hike campaign.
The shortage comes after Abbott, a major producer of formula, recalled several major brands and shut down its Sturgis, Mich., factory in February 2022.
The S&P/TSX composite index was up 117.83 points at 19,891.91.
Canada's competition watchdog says the federal government should consider easing restrictions on pot packaging and limits on how much THC can be edible products.
Winnipeg organizations are warning of a naloxone shortage they fear could endanger lives heading into summer, but the province says there isn't one.
Céline Dion apologized to her devoted fans, saying it's not fair to keep postponing shows and she is not ready to perform yet as she deals with a rare neurological disorder.
About 10 per cent of people appear to suffer long COVID after an omicron infection, a lower estimate than earlier in the pandemic, according to a study.
The project will involve a process called precision fermentation, which allows tiny creatures to snack on starchy foods and then poop out tiny particles of plastic waste.
An initiative that started to help family and neighbours in London, Ont., struggling with the cost of food during the pandemic is now helping ensure 76 families fridges are full.
A video apparently taken by a person on board that was posted on social media shows some passengers' hair being whipped by the air blowing into the cabin through the open door.
Much of the rise in allergies and asthma 'can be directly linked to climate change,' said the president of the Canadian Association of Physicians for the Environment.
Flooding is the biggest under-insured climate risk in Canada, said Victor Adesanya, vice-president of insurance at DBRS Morningstar, especially during the spring thaw.
Nearly 99 per cent of nursing homes in Ontario now have air conditioning in residents' rooms, almost a year after the province set a deadline for the requirement.
Edmonton, also known as Canada's "festival city," is gearing up for another fun-filled summer, despite inflation and concerns of possibly more wildfire smoke.
A fundraiser for an expanded long term care home near Brockville, Ontario kicked off on Wednesday and has already raised a third of the goal.
“Since the installation, there have been many vile comments on social media."
Lawmakers regularly need to raise the self-imposed debt limit to cover the cost of spending and tax cuts they have already approved.
People who live in Cold Lake either, for the most part, work for the military or in oil and gas — but soon, the Alberta city could become major hub for clean energy.
After ongoing debate about providing F-16 fighter jets to Ukraine to defend itself from Russia, the U.S. military now says the jets 'clearly have a role' in the war.
A heat warning is in affect across parts of Manitoba today, as hot and humid conditions take affect.
A Quebec mother says her daughter has to redo three months of difficult testing for celiac disease, after the Montreal Children's Hospital failed to test her initial samples.
The carrier's first nationwide plan comes after its acquisition by Videotron that was prompted by Rogers' takeover of Shaw, which required Videotron to offer lower prices.
Once a victim of human trafficking has been recruited, they’ll often be moved from city to city to maximize profits, access new markets, and avoid detection by police.
Gert-Jan Oskam, who became paralyzed after a cycling accident in 2011, is learning to walk again thanks to a “brain-spine interface” implanted in his body.
Rachel Notley says her first three pieces of legislation would focus on saving Albertans money, creating good paying jobs and protecting pensions if her party forms government.
David Eby says the overseas mission will bolster B.C.'s trade and investment ties in the Indo-Pacific region, the world's fastest growing economic zone.
Carolyn Boiani and her sister run The Grocery Outlet, a retail store that sells products for up to 70 per cent off.
The uproar over Target’s Pride Month marketing — and its response to critics — is just the latest example of how companies are struggling to cater to different groups of customers.
The airline said it experienced a temporary technical issue with its communicator system, which it uses to communicate with aircraft and monitor operational performance.
'Trap Queen' rapper Fetty Wap pleaded guilty in August 2022 to a conspiracy drug charge.
The federal Ministry of Transportation is providing Waterloo International Airport with close to $3 million to purchase two aircraft rescue and firefighting vehicles.
'At around 16:20hrs a car collided with the gates of Downing Street on Whitehall,' London police tweeted Thursday. 'Armed officers arrested a man at the scene.'
The money includes a $10.4-million funding renewal to help the Akwesasne Mohawk Police Service fight organized crime, as well as separate amounts for new police equipment.
In a statement to Global News, NSLC confirmed it is exploring having the Emmy Award-winning actor visit several locations to promote his new alcohol brand Red Bank Whisky.
The sentencing hearing for Peter Moorhouse, former president of the Better Business Bureau of Atlantic Canada, has been pushed back until July.