Vancouver plays host to pinball wizards with the inaugural FlipOut Pinball Expo — featuring more than 100 machines and competitive tournaments.
A committee wants to relocate geese from Vancouver’s Thornton Park to stop the birds from pooping on a monument which honours girls and women impacted by violence.
New provincial data suggest the 15% foreign buyer tax introduced in August has led to a dramatic decrease in sales involving foreign nationals.
A North Vancouver woman fed up with long wait lists has launched a GoFundMe campaign to raise funds so she can go into private rehab.
The people charged with responding to oil spills off Vancouver’s shores have prepared a $200-million plan to dramatically increase the region’s capacity in response to the proposed Kinder Morgan pipeline expansion.
Curtis Ahenakew will walk in high heels this weekend to urge a stop to gender violence and sexual assault.
Underfunding from the B.C. government during the past 15 years is keeping young people from accessing post-secondary education, says the Federation of Post-Secondary Educators of B.C.
A march denouncing rape culture on post-secondary campuses today (Tuesday) kicks off the launch of the Lower Mainland’s first Feminist Frosh Week.
New Westminster city council has approved one-time funding of a privately run school bus to transport students to a new middle school.
The Vancouver Park Board is calling on the public to give them feedback on how the city’s parks and beaches can best be shared by people and dogs.
Thursday was called a day of action by advocates who say the province has forced those with disabilities to choose between transportation and groceries.
TransLink’s most recent customer service performance survey says the No. 41 Joyce Station/UBC bus is the route riders are most likely to feel unsafe from crime.
This Saturday the second annual Richmond World Festival returns to celebrate multiculturalism with over 60 artists on nine stages and more than 40 food trucks.
A pilot program at Insite found that 86% of drugs tested within the last month were positive results for containing fentanyl.
East Vancouver schools are using novel approaches to fight to keep the doors open as the city’s school board decides soon on which schools might have to close.
UBC research has discovered a way to monitor a brainwave linked to migraines without using invasive procedures.
A University of B.C. professor and former engineer for BMW has created a piece of technology that he believes could reduce vehicle emissions.
A report released Tuesday from an environmental non-profit gives B.C. a low rating when it comes to limiting the cosmetic use of pesticides on lawns and gardens.
Kay Cahill recalls the day she took the escalator to the seventh floor of the downtown Vancouver Public Library, only to find the space transformed into a forensic laboratory for the film set of the 2007 Al Pacino film 88 Minutes.
More community-based services for youth struggling with addictions need to be made available, according to some experts.