Alexandre Cazes was just 25, but according to U.S. government documents he was the alleged mastermind behind AlphaBay, the most profitable dark web marketplace in the world, and a millionaire who owned luxury cars and multiple properties in Thailand, Cyprus and Antigua.
New Brunswick’s Joel Levesque had no idea he was helping set a record when he bought a home in Fort Myers, Fla., back in April.
Thousands of evacuees from Princeton, 100 Mile House and surrounding areas in British Columbia are free to go home after evacuation orders were downgraded to alerts on Sunday.
The North American Indigenous Games end Saturday but will leave behind a reservoir of memories for everyone touched by this event.
A Calgary man who claimed his neck was sliced by barbed wire on a popular mountain biking trail west of the city and then asked for financial donations online has turned himself in after RCMP issued an arrest warrant.
Two Quebec employees with the Montreal-based equestrian multimedia show Cavalia have been imprisoned in China for allegedly smoking marijuana and are facing deportation, Radio-Canada has learned.
Ontario Provincial Police have charged Thunder Bay Mayor Keith Hobbs and two other people with extortion.
Sunshine Village ski resort in Banff is being closed to the public to allow crews to use the area as a staging ground to fight an out-of-control wildfire burning just across the Continental Divide in British Columbia.
In the tiny central B.C. community of Riske Creek, logging and ranching are a way of life, but in recent days, many of the 90 or so residents have found themselves on the front line of one of the largest fires in the province.
The youth who assaulted staff members at the Selkirk Behavioural Health Foundation has received an adult sentence for the “stark horror” of the attack and because he is a danger to the public, a judge said on Thursday.