Researchers with the B.C. Centre for Disease Control have just completed the province’s first systemic analysis of the threat of Lyme disease.
The Vancouver Whitecaps declined contract options for six players, the club announced Tuesday, but that doesn’t mean none of them will be back.
Vancouver city council decided not to “rush into” a motion that would officially oppose the Trans-Pacific Partnership Trade Agreement.
Mount Polley Mine has been issued a permit from the province to discharge water from a back-up tailings storage facility into Quesnel Lake.
Eighteen doctors, nurse practitioners, social workers and registered nurses from the Downtown Eastside are pleading with B.C.’s health minister.
Dear Tony: Our strata has an ongoing problem with one person who always shows up with 35 proxies.
The last game of November for the Vancouver Canucks went like a lot of the rest of them throughout an entirely forgettable month.
While the city wants to see at least some towers sprout in Vancouver’s Joyce-Collingwood area that’s been slow to develop.
HIV is no longer a death sentence in B.C.
The Vancouver Island owner of a car involved in a road rage incident where a man’s truck was attacked with a hammer has been convicted.
West Vancouver is proposing a swath of changes to significantly reduce the maximum permitted size of homes in the city.
A University of B.C. student society has launched a new website focusing on harassment and discrimination by providing students on campus an outlet.