On Haida Gwaii, signs of reconciliation can be as small as the Indigenous artwork seen on Kris Olsen's eyepatch.
"I'm super honoured that I've been accepted," said Olsen, the mayor of Queen Charlotte Village.
A vessel carrying an international team of scientists docked in North Vancouver, B.C., on Monday after a five-week expedition to the Gulf of Alaska that could shed new light on the lives of salmon.
Researchers collected thousands of samples and pioneered a new DNA testing method to learn more about salmon survival in the North Pacific in the first comprehensive study in the region in decades.
The global Climate Strike movement, sparked by Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg, 16, drew hundreds of students out of class Friday afternoon, and into the streets of Downtown Vancouver.
Their central message was clear: Climate change is a threat to their futures and they want political and corporate leaders to share their sense of urgency.
The high school friend of a victim of the New Zealand mosque massacres said when he didn't hear back from a message asking him if he was OK, he just assumed he was out helping people impacted by the violence.
Ultimately, Shaukat Khan, 49, was heartbroken to learn of the death of Naeem Rashid, 50, and Rashid's son Talha, 21.