BURNABY, British Columbia - A Canadian man in his 70s was severely dehydrated after being pinned for several days under debris in his home that had piled up almost to the ceiling. The Royal Canadian Mounted Police said Tuesday a man called to report that he had not seen his... more »
A former beauty queen who was one of the highest profile participants in the Vancouver, Canada Stanley Cup riots in 2011 pleaded guilty for her role. Sophie Laboissooiere took part in the riot after the Vancouver Canucks lost in the National Hockey League final. She was not in court when... more »
MONTREAL - Police in Canada say notes were included in mailed packages containing body parts after the videotaped killing and dismemberment of a Chinese student. Montreal Police Cmdr. Ian Lafreniere said Wednesday that one note was in the package opened last week at the ruling Conservative Party headquarters. He did... more »
VANCOUVER - The guy who brought us "House of 1,000 Corpses" now cares about cleaning your delicates.
Rob Zombie says on his web site he had "a very odd directing gig" in Vancouver, which he describes as "A very scary TV commercial for Woolite called 'The Torturer.'Yes, I said... more »
Part of the next two "Twilight" movies about supernatural teen romance will be filmed in Baton Rouge. The Advocate and The Advertiser of Lafayette both reported on their Web sites Friday that Summit Entertainment LLC confirmed that it will produce the two parts of "Breaking Dawn" in Baton Rouge and... more »
The international luge federation says there's "no single reason" that caused the death of Georgian racer Nodar Kumaritashvili in a training run at the Vancouver Olympics. The sport's governing body says "what happened to Nodar has been an unforeseeable fatal accident." During training in February, only hours before the opening... more »