When a handful of the world’s favourite Hollywood actors signed an open letter rejecting Amnesty International’s proposed plan.
Vancouver’s Shannen O’Brian is helping a group of Northern Ghana girls fundraise to send more of them to high school.
B.C.’s first grid-connected solar facility — and Canada’s largest project to use solar trackers — in Kimberley is officially catching those sun rays.
Look carefully behind Vancouver’s new shop facades, bright lights and developments, and you’ll see a hidden history of our multicultural city.
Formerly the frontman of an indie pop band, Kyle Stibbs took time off following the group’s demise to discover his sound as a solo artist.
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OKLAHOMA CITY, July 29 (Reuters) - An Oklahoma woman charged with downing Jell-O shots of alcohol while driving a commercial bus has been arrested.
Instead of a wheelchair, Eric Jeppesen prefers to use a modified sit-down version of Segway — it raises his height to eye level.
The City of Vancouver, ourselves — everybody — is trying to do what they can, but we’re not even keeping our heads above water.
Researchers out of Vancouver Coastal Health are trying to recruit older men to figure out what would get them outside and active as part of a study.
About 20,000 licensed marijuana users in B.C. are now part of a class-action lawsuit certified this week by the Federal Court of Canada.
Vancouver Pride Parade ready to roll.