RCMP have arrested a man wanted for allegedly breaching a no-contact order with his estranged wife and in connection with an alleged attempted murder and arson at a home in Langley on Wednesday.
Ben Bulmer, 24 hours Vancouver
The RCMP has issued an arrest warrant in connection with an alleged attempted murder and arson at a home in Langley.
British Columbia’s model for HIV treatment will be highlighted this week as world experts gather in Vancouver.
Patients appreciate having a lower price tag … and I can use my staff more effectively. — Beverly Osachoff
The Vancouver Aquarium has successfully bred the poisonous and brightly coloured Panamanian golden frog as part of a global effort to save it from extinction.
Vancouver International Airport has been named the top airport in North America for the fifth consecutive year.
Two Vancouverites plan on eating up to 7,000 calories a day, and rowing day and night in two-hour shifts, to fulfill their dream of becoming the first Canadian women to row to Hawaii.
Fears of being overrun by wild pigs have prompted the provincial government to allow anyone with a hunting licence to take the animals.
Changes to federally funded English-as-a-second-language programs will dramatically decrease educational opportunities for newcomers, says one community college faculty member.
Industrial Light and Magic, the visual effects company founded by famed director George Lucas, opened its Gastown studio Monday — and it’s a man cave paradise.
A 36-year-old snowmobiler from Saskatchewan has died after being buried in an avalanche near Blue River, B.C.
The company that created the special effects for Star Wars and Jurassic Park, among others, is bringing the action to Gastown.
Twelve years after going missing, a Vancouver cat has finally re-connected with its owner, according to the BC SPCA.
A convicted drug dealer is dead and another man is in hospital following a shooting in Vancouver’s Coal Harbour area on Monday night.
Diners looking for the best local honey garlic spareribs, Sichuan boiled beef or bubble tea need look no further than the sixth annual Chinese restaurant awards.
Downtown Eastside advocates are painting the city’s proposed billion-dollar local area plan as too weak and lacking in housing for low-income people.