Stakeholders in the Tri-Cities are hopeful a proposal that the Metro Vancouver Housing Corporation will view on Friday can help address a shortage.
The Council of Canadians asserts in a new report that B.C.’s new Water Sustainability Act doesn’t go far enough to protect the natural resource.
Perceptions of what glass is capable of have been shattered thanks to a breakthrough discovery at UBC’s Okanagan campus.
A B.C. teacher will have her teaching certificate pulled after she was caught sending about 50 drunken messages to a teenaged student.
Regardless of whether the Canucks are in the postseason, one thing is guaranteed — the young kids are getting an education.
Socrates. Martin Luther King. Donald Trump. Some leaders possess the ability to change our world — for good or ill — with the power of their words.
The name Booker T. Jones is synonymous with classic soul/R&B, first topping the charts in 1962 with his signature Green Onions.
Although the intention is to celebrate love, Valentine’s Day comes with an overwhelming sense of expectation that is anything but romantic.
Concerned that its voice isn’t being heard in planning for future development of the Coquitlam River watershed area.
Pedestrians are becoming involved in an increasing number of serious injuries and deaths resulting from motor vehicle crashes.
The Pride Collective at UBC cancelled a Wednesday parade as part of OUTweek celebrations in response to what it called “a suspected hate crime.”
Newly hired TransLink CEO Kevin Desmond suggested on Wednesday the transit authority took a wrong turn when it decided to roll out the Compass Card.