The Canadian Press

Hot rental market makes search 'stressful' for many — and it won't get better soon

Newly-listed one-bedroom properties in Vancouver averaged $2,988 in August, up 13.1 per cent from a year earlier

Sikh groups ask Canadian political parties to present 'united front' against India

Trudeau revealed in Parliament last week that Canadian intelligence services were investigating possible ties between the Indian government and the fatal shooting of a Canadian in B.C. earlier this...

Former foreign minister says Canada, South Korea should form closer ties

'There's the potential for us to work together and to, in a co-ordinated manner, have a greater voice on the world stage.'

B.C. premier suspects Ottawa holding back information about foreign interference

'I expressed my frustration in the meeting with the CSIS director about our inability to get more concrete information.'

How does India's visa office suspension affect Canadian travellers?

India has two visa processing centres in B.C.: one in Vancouver and one in Surrey

White House rejects reports of tension with Canada over India interference allegation

Recent U.S. efforts to woo India as an economic and geopolitical ally have fuelled speculation that the White House was hedging its bets with its neighbour and vital trading partner

Retail sales up 0.3 per cent at $66.1B in July: StatCan

But agency says its early estimate for August suggests retail sales are falling