On the eve of Vancouver’s annual pride parade — and following the horrific Orlando nightclub massacre — a message of union will be sent with this year’s festivities.
Bryan Mc Govern
The City of Richmond wants to scale the citywide planning of emergency response down to the neighbourhood level.
After last week’s halt of the Toronto Pride Parade, the Vancouver arm of Black Lives Matter says it would not associate itself with Vancouver’s own Pride event.
The Abbotsford Police Department has begun sharing the terrible excuses and responses its front-line officers have heard all year from reckless drivers.
A decrease in monthly residential sales numbers in June means more homes are being put on the market, according to the Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver.
Vancouver is set to reap a windfall of tourism dollars once the visa requirement for Mexican visitors is officially removed in December — reuniting many families in the process.
As national blood donor week wraps up, Canadian Blood Services is pushing to obtain 100,000 new donors before the year ends.
Metro Vancouver will ask the province to create a responsibility fee for new mattresses to offset recycling costs.
Vancouver Park Board is set to vote on if it will start a renewal process for the Marpole-Oakridge community centre — a decision board chairwoman Sarah Kirby-Yung said the community has been waiting “far too long” for.
A Coquitlam councillor is asking the provincial government to change regulations for funding and donations of local government campaigns.
The Vancouver cycling group HUB is calling for more investment from both the provincial and municipal governments for bike-friendly infrastructure as Bike to Work Week begins on Monday.
The province has distanced itself from conducting environmental assessment inspections to upcoming pipeline projects in the wake of ruling by the B.C. Supreme Court.
A new public campaign for water preservation will ask residents to be more mindful of their water usage throughout the summer.
Outreach is the biggest element in providing support to homeless youth, says a UBC expert in the wake of new provincial funding.
Sarah Kirby-Yung, Vancouver Park Board Chair, wants to kick off the hunt for Vancouver’s official tree.
A North Vancouver city councillor fears a provincial tax deferral program that helps families deal with skyrocketing home values might not be getting enough attention in communities.
Stage 1 of the Metro Vancouver water restrictions came are now in effect.
With the Vancouver Canucks missing the playoffs and picking fifth in this year’s NHL draft — and playing so many of their young players down the stretch this season — it’s all about the future.
The Vancouver Park Board is set to award the Canadian International Dragon Boat Society and the British Columbia Mobility Opportunities Society with a five-year licence to operate at the new Creekside Paddling Centre.
The impact of El Nino and summer temperatures predicted by experts to be even hotter than normal leave the most vulnerable of Vancouver in danger of suffering heat strokes — and the city and support agencies scrambling for cool solutions.