East Vancouver schools are using novel approaches to fight to keep the doors open.
ICBC estimates that by 2019, its yet-to-be implemented counter-fraud program will save the provincial auto insurer up to $60.7 million per year.
UBC research has discovered a way to monitor a brainwave linked to migraines without using invasive procedures.
Dear Tony: We live in a Kitsilano duplex. The previous owners were good friends and we split the maintenance and expense of our strata for 10 years.
Of all the stupid things she’s done, calling an opponent a “bunch of cowards” might be the least noteworthy.
A vain jailbird on the lam asked an Australian TV station to use a more flattering photo of her.
People were pretty unforgiving last week when the RCMP issued a warning about a North Vancouver woman who was scammed out of $27,000.
A University of B.C. professor and former engineer for BMW has created a piece of technology that he believes could reduce vehicle emissions.
The education a student receives is no different inside a portable classroom than a permanent one, British Columbia’s education minister said Tuesday.
A report released Tuesday from an environmental non-profit gives B.C. a low rating when it comes to limiting the cosmetic use of pesticides.
Following nearly two decades of declining enrolment, public schools in B.C. are anticipating an increase in the number of students for a second year.