A Surrey woman is refusing to pay a premium for her haircuts any longer — having now realized gender pricing at salons has nothing to do with the amount of work her short hair needs.
TransLink says tolls are needed on the Massey Tunnel replacement bridge to maintain the percentage of people using transit to cross the Fraser River, according to a new report.
Police are asking for the public's help after they found a mysterious four-block-long blood trail in Vancouver’s Mount Pleasant area over the weekend.
Diners looking for the best local honey garlic spareribs, Sichuan boiled beef or bubble tea need look no further than the sixth annual Chinese restaurant awards.
Vancouver Mayor Gregor Robertson has fired back “forcefully” against an election rival's lawsuit, dismissing allegations he had an improper relationship with local social media firm HootSuite.
The perjury trial of a Mountie who fatally Tasered Polish immigrant Robert Dziekanski in 2007 began Monday with legal arguments over the case’s ties to a previous trial.
A City of Vancouver councillor has filed a motion to stop a proposed TransLink change that would remove a dozen bus stops used daily by 1,100 people.
A former provincial labour minister and current CEO of the Vancouver Board of Trade is warning B.C. would lose business to the United States if local container truck traffic is hit by a strike.
Downtown Eastside advocates are painting the city’s proposed billion-dollar local area plan as too weak and lacking in housing for low-income people.
Police are investigating after a man who had been shot stumbled into a Victoria Drive restaurant in Vancouver Saturday.
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Burnaby Village Museum is calling on collectors of movie memorabilia and local films to contribute to its “At the Movies” exhibit displaying this spring.
If you haven’t got a ticket for the sold-out TED Conference, watching it on the big screen might be the next best thing.
A deal averting a strike by unionized truckers at Port Metro Vancouver was reach Thursday afternoon as independent truckers await a vote on their job action.
The province’s plan on how to manage the sale of liquor in grocery stores was revealed Thursday, raising questions on what Victoria plans to do with public outlets.
The Vancouver seizure of 2,700 cartons of illegal cigarettes hidden in wooden doors shipped from China have led to the arrests of two men in Ontario.
BC NDP energy critic John Horgan is aiming to table a bill next week to protect low-income earners from BC Hydro increases set to take effect next month.
A man busted with four kilograms of heroin neatly packed in his suitcases while returning to Vancouver from India has been acquitted of two charges, even though the judge wasn’t buying his argument.
A man who sexually assaulted teenagers in the 1970s and 1980s while he was a Vancouver lifeguard and swim coach, has received a two-year conditional sentence.