A coupon program that connects lower- income families with locally grown food has boomed, reaching 2,330 households in 47 B.C. communities in 2014.
Pipeline disasters are usually caused by the “failure” of people working for energy companies, National Energy Board chairman Peter Watson said on Tuesday.
Drivers who have been particularly naughty this year and looking to get off Impark’s parking violation list can do so with a little Christmas cheer Thursday.
Sexual harassment incidents have gone up by one third since 2013, and Transit Police suspect it’ll continue to climb as more riders utilize its new reporting app and number.
A boost in new residents is largely the culprit of Metro Vancouver’s lagging reduction of greenhouse gas emissions.
Despite the North Vancouver School District’s decision to merge lanes with Chevron’s controversial Fuel Your School program, its teachers want to pump the brakes on participation in their classrooms.
A “quarter-life” crisis is common in B.C. as rates of happiness and positivity drop among late teens and young adults, finds a new poll.
The University of B.C. has retracted an email that warned of expulsion and deportation for international students arrested at the Trans Mountain pipeline protests.
In an effort to end radicalization in the wake of the recent attacks in Quebec and Ottawa, the local Ahmadiyya Muslim community is joining a national movement to counter it.
The threat of a respiratory virus that’s caused two deaths and symptoms of paralysis isn’t over yet, says a provincial health official.
Despite B.C. falling from first to fifth place in having the highest child poverty rate compared to other provinces, it’s still above the national average, according to the 2014 Child Poverty Report Card released Monday.
Roughly 60 employees are temporarily out of work as pipeline protests have forced a Burnaby Mountain restaurant to close.
About 94% of local shoppers who think Black Friday brings lower prices will be disappointed to know little is often offered in real savings, according to a Vancity credit union report released Monday.
It takes up to an hour to produce just one batch of 30 of these delicious bites of hemp-filled goodness.
Clad in red sunglasses and a rooster costume, Kyle MacDonald is offering Vancouverites free rides.
An 11-year-old entered the fray in the fight against energy giant Kinder Morgan Sunday, ducking under police tape and squeezing through a line of RCMP officers with the expectation that she would be arrested.
Tensions on Burnaby Mountain escalated Thursday, with at least 14 arrests made during heated clashes between protesters and police.
Amalgamating the Lower Mainland into one mega-city got the thumbs down from local voters in a recent Insights West poll.
The Canada Line reached its 200 millionth passenger last Sunday, blowing past TransLink’s initial expectations.