A housing and residential development in the newly minted False Creek Village is promising central, sustainable and “unequalled value,” and it's heading into its pre-sale stage this month, according to Executive Group Development.
David P. Ball, 24 hours Vancouver
A tense press conference in Likely, B.C. by Imperial Metals Ltd. a day after its massive tailings pond breach nearby saw the firm's president repeatedly interrupted on Tuesday.
It would be inappropriate for me to speak to the video or provide any further details of an incident currently going through the complaint process.
With outrage still simmering over recent SkyTrain debacles, TransLink is seeking to assuage users their system is reliable.
Teen sex education experts in B.C. say the subject may need to be “revamped” after a recent survey found that the province's lesbian, gay and bisexual teenagers remain at significantly greater risk of becoming pregnant or causing a pregnancy.
A massive breach in a copper and gold mine's tailings pond near Quesnel, B.C. Monday has flooded the adjacent river with five-million cubic metres of what a senior official called “slurry” — forcing a ban on residents drinking and bathing in the area’s water.
As Vancouverites celebrate Pride Week festivities this weekend, some young people in the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community are calling for a boost to youth-led services in the region.
Vancouver police and the RCMP say they’re reviewing their tactics after the Supreme Court of Canada dealt a setback Thursday to a scenario known as “Mr. Big” — what Mounties officially call the “Major Crime Technique.”
Billing itself as the “largest urban community” in the heart of Surrey's centre, the Park Avenue West development isn't just about 41-storey luxury towers and townhouses close to likely every downtown service one could ever need — including the King George Skytrain station.
A new townhouse complex a stone's throw from the banks of North Vancouver's spectacular Lynn Creek is redefining connection to the natural environment.
Nestled into a residential area just on the edge of central Richmond, Townline Homes is offering a taste of serenity with its Harmony condo development.
As B.C.'s educators and employers remain leagues apart in negotiations, one teachers' group is opening a food bank for its members facing the crunch of their months-long job action.
Roughly 1,300 out of B.C.'s 8,000 children in care are stuck “in limbo” awaiting adoptions in B.C., but a provincial plan to encourage families to step forward has gained accolades from one of its fiercest critics.
A northern B.C. First Nation is deploying 3.5 kilometres of yarn Friday across the Douglas Channel — right in the path of oil tankers should the Enbridge Inc.'s Northern Gateway pipeline be built.
The B.C. Court of Appeal has ruled police violated a suspect's rights when they searched and downloaded the contents of his two smart phones without a warrant during a kidnapping investigation.
Vancouver-based mining firm Tahoe Resources faces a civil lawsuit filed in the B.C. Supreme Court Wednesday by seven protesters who say they were injured outside its Guatemalan silver mine last year.
Some Vancouver homeowners are warning the city’s character homes remain under demolition threat, despite a heritage action plan passed by council on Wednesday night.
Police and fire officials suspect two Vancouver fires on Thursday were arson.
New Democrats have called on the province to “get serious” about talks with teachers, who are set to strike province-wide starting Tuesday unless a last-minute deal can be reached.
Four-time Olympian Simon Whitfield looks calmly over the choppy waters of English Bay as his colleague prepares an array of paddleboards for their longest stand-up paddleboard journey yet.