Kolby Solinsky

Jon Stewart, Obama, Elizabeth Warren sound off on American government shutdown

Democrats and Republicans – along with media darling Jon Stewart – leant their voices to Tuesday's ObamaCare stalemate.

Victoria teen Ann Makosinski wins Google Science Fair award for battery-free flashlight

Makosinski won her Age 15-16 category and won $25,000 scholarship money at Monday night's GSF Gala in California.

Off to Google: Victoria’s Ann Makosinki competing at 2013 Science Fair

The Victoria teen invented the 'Hollow Flashlight' which runs heat from human hands and Peltier tiles, which strategically produce energy.

Cinque Terre and Riomaggiore: The Italian coast shines in summer

Italy's a special place, but you already know this. Enjoy the food, look at the women, and don't complain about anything.

Yap: British Columbians are invited to shape province’s Liquor Laws

The government of B.C. has unveiled a new educational website for reforming laws on the use and sale of beer, wine, and spirits.

Twitter files for IPO; Revenues to top $500 million in 2013

The long-awaited IPO has come to fruition, the social media company announced on Thursday via – you guessed it – its own Twitter account.

Ann Makosinski’s ‘Hollow Flashlight’ heading to Google Science Fair

Victoria, B.C. teenager will be the lone Canadian at Google's annual science mega-competition, starting Sept. 22.

WATCH: NFL Week 2 – Highlights, Recaps, and Analysis

Black Press presents all highlight videos from NFL.com and NFL Films for the 2013 National Football League season.

NHLer Clayton Stoner caught in grizzly bear hunting controversy

Stoner – from Port McNeill – appears in photos online, showing him posing with a severed grizzly bear head and paws.

6.1-magnitude earthquake hits off B.C. coast; 2 aftershocks follow

The earthquake struck off B.C.'s coast, 191-to-211 km southwest of Bella Bella at 1:19 p.m. No reports of damage, and no tsunami expected.

Queen of the North officer Karl Lilgert sentenced to 4 years in jail

In May, Lilgert was found guilty of criminal negligence causing the death of 2 passengers - Gerald Foisy and Shirley Rosette.

Preparations underway for February’s Pink Shirt Day

The next Pink Shirt Day (i.e. Anti-Bullying Day) will take place across Canada on February 27, 2013.

Deadline Sept. 9 for PM Volunteer Awards

The Prime Minister's Volunteer Awards recognize the exceptional contributions of volunteers, local businesses and innovative not-for-profit organizations in improving the well-being of families and their communities