A Toronto father says he is in "shock and disbelief" after losing a zoning battle to keep his family's elaborate, ship-shaped tree house.
For Tamir Barzilai, an ulcerative colitis diagnosis meant that he had to make serious changes to his diet in the best interest of his health.
TransLink is prepared to spend up to $5 million on a new type of faregate to help those without the ability to “tap” their Compass Cards.
British Columbia’s Minister for Energy and Mines said he expects there to be scepticism as to whether the Mount Polley mine should be permitted to return to full production, but Bill Bennett is confident the necessary steps have been taken to ensure safe operations.
A report slamming the City of Vancouver’s handling of freedom of information requests has NPA Coun. George Affleck feeling vindicated after questioning the level of transparency at City Hall for years.
TransLink will conduct a review of HandyDart operations, the door-to-door community shuttle service for people with disabilities that has been subject to much criticism over availability and excessive use of taxis instead of transit operators.
Sex crimes being reported to Transit Police have more than doubled over the space of five years — but the Transit Police chief suggests it’s due to more people reporting, rather than more assaults happening.
Video of one of the worst parking jobs in human history has helped police nab a teenage driver suspected in a hit-and-run accident.
A New York-based app maker has arrived in Vancouver with an online database to connect potential roommates with each other in the city’s hot housing market.
Numerous species of trees have perished in a “halo” zone where tailings from the infamous Mount Polley spill have created a suffocating blanket over parts of the forest, according to the latest update submitted to government.
The provincial government has made a concession to those frustrated by changes to the BC Bus Pass program, but at least one advocate said it’s not enough for those who rely on the pass.
If the provincial government isn’t going to take action, the City of Vancouver is going to start taxing empty homes on its own.
The City of Richmond is considering banning garburators in multi-unit residential buildings as part of a move to reduce the amount of grease clogging up city pipes.
Police on the North Shore are reminding residents to remove food items from their cars after a bear broke into a vehicle for a meal early Wednesday — the second such incident in the region this week.
Looking back on it now, the gay bathhouses police raided on the night of Feb. 5, 1981 that marked the beginning of the Pride movement in Toronto were much ado about little.
After an investigation into multiple allegations of misconduct, author and former professor Steven Galloway is no longer employed at the University of British Columbia.
Two new Heritage Minutes seek to shed light on some of the darkest moments in Canadian history and continue the work of reconciliation with our indigenous peoples.
Breaking into the Vancouver-area restaurant and food scene is no simple task for would-be entrepreneurs, but the creator of a new concept market in North Vancouver is hoping to help culinary businesses take the first step while filling the bellies of local foodies.
The Canadian Cancer Society recently turned a bus shelter outside Coquitlam’s Dr. Charles Best Secondary School into a crystal ball that gazed into each visitor’s future — if they will be vaping.