As Vancouver acclimatizes to an unexpected heat wave, the aptly named Indian Summer Festival promises to provide a cultural oasis from July 9-18.
For Vancouver rockers Pigeon Park, dedication and hard work are clearly paying off.
Jerome Seymour — convicted on 16 counts of hunting and trafficking eagles and other birds — was denied a new trial by the B.C. Supreme Court.
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The BC NDP are readying their battle stations for the upcoming return to the legislature this month — and highlights from a meeting.
Having traded away Kevin Bieksa and now Zack Kassian, a reshaping of the Vancouver Canucks roster is underway.
With B.C. feeling the heat and more feet coming out to meet the summer weather, the Canadian Diabetes Association is urging all levels of government.
TransLink’s operation was given positive remarks from the head of benchmarking for an international organization that compares global bus services.
It’s summer. You’re lounging at the local pool, enjoying the sun, when — splash — a beam from one of those new water “blasters” slaps you.
Vancouver’s firefighters are proposing to fine residents $200 if fire alarms ring more than twice a year in an effort to reduce false alarms.
Summer is the perfect time to get your craft on.
If you’ve ever played roulette, you might have heard the old phrase describing the popular game of chance.