A two-year pilot project that partnered six Lower Mainland cities to share business licenses for workers in the trades and construction industries has seen enough success that it’s being proposed as a permanent addition.
A Vancouver councillor is proposing a mentorship program so young people looking to get involved at the civic government level may get advice and help from city staff and politicians.
An ISIS militant was blown up in airstrike mid rant while trying to make a propaganda video.
A woman says she had six ribs removed in a bid to look like Jessica Rabbit.
A new certification program has launched in B.C. to help renters find well-managed rental properties.
The City of Richmond is examining creating its own police force to give it more control at the civic level, but also costing taxpayers millions in additional funding per year.
While many high school students probably spent last weekend playing video games and trying to avoid their homework, Angela Wang and Madeleine Liu were turning heads at Startup Weekend Vancouver.
A fired Massachusetts police officer accused of a shooting hoax that put a Boston suburb in lockdown was found dead early on Thursday, CBS Boston reported.
Despite Vancouver’s seemingly insatiable thirst for all things bicycles, a new Pembina Institute report examining cycling infrastructure in five Canadian cities finds Vancouver is still far lacking in its amount of cycling infrastructure compared to places like Calgary, Toronto and Montreal.
A Canadian soldier has been found guilty of first-degree murder in the 2013 killing of his wife.
Experts warn that medical tourists from B.C. are at risk of bringing back infectious antibiotic-resistant organisms along with their new kidney, hip, or dentures.
Lower Mainland truckers are once again threatening to go on strike after a portion of their members have already walked out on one employer — Port Transport — alleging their employers have refused to sit down to establish contracts.
ISIS videos might be scary, but they've got nothing on the U.S. Marines.
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump on Saturday reframed his claim that he saw Muslims in Jersey City, New Jersey, cheering the attacks on the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center in Manhattan on Sept. 11, 2001 by asserting the sentiment was shared worldwide.
The suspect in the deadly shooting at a Colorado Springs Planned Parenthood clinic was named on Saturday as Robert L. Dear, 57, according to a Tweet by Colorado Springs Police public affairs' section.
The United Nations said unknown attackers fired rockets at a U.N. peacekeeping base in Kidal in northern Mali on Saturday, killing three people inside, in the latest sign that the West African country's Islamist insurgency is intensifying.
A British Egyptologist said on Saturday he would conduct further investigations into whether the tomb of Ancient Egypt's boy-king Tutankhamun contains passages to a hidden chamber, including what he believes is the last resting place of Queen Nefertiti.
President Vladimir Putin is fully mobilized to tackle what the Kremlin regards as an unprecedented threat from Turkey following the shooting down of one of its warplanes by a Turkish F-16, the Russian leader's spokesman said on Saturday.
Mali authorities arrested two people on Thursday suspected of links to an attack on a luxury hotel in the capital that killed 20 people, the security ministry said.