TransLink could end up spending more than $50 million to replace nearly half its Expo Line tracks after a damning consultant’s report identified a whopping 557 defects on the tracks — causing the report author to exclaim, “holy smokes!”
Chevron is lobbying for self-serve fuelling to be allowed in the City of Coquitlam, but some councillors in that community say they’d like to get a better sense of the impacts before considering policy changes.
Foreign property buyers in Metro Vancouver will soon be subject to an additional 15% tax, but some are wondering if there will be easy loopholes to the provincial government’s measure unveiled in the legislature Monday.
The Vancouver founder of peer-to-peer sharing website IsoHunt — for downloading music illegally — has settled with the Canadian recording industry for $66 million after the site was shut down in 2013.
The process all culminates with the press of a button — but only after a year of preparation, months of waiting for shipments to arrive, and three days of scrambling to place tubes known as “mortars” aimed towards the heavens can Kelly Guille make the sky explode.
A massive increase in property transfer tax revenues contributed to a $730 million surplus overall announced by the provincial government Thursday.
For the second time in six years, a truck retired from Port Moody Fire Rescue will be making a difference in a community abroad.
Rejected once already by Vancouver council, officials with the Trump International Hotel have cut capacity by more than 40% in their new application for a liquor licence for the about-to-open building’s third-floor bar.
On the eve of Vancouver’s annual pride parade — and following the horrific Orlando nightclub massacre — a message of union will be sent with this year’s festivities.
A six-hour riot resulted in multiple fires and jail guards fleeing a staff area at the Burnaby Youth Detention Centre on Tuesday night — an event that the union representing prison guards is calling a warning that more resources are needed.
With their occupation of a vacant Imperial Street apartment broken up by police Wednesday, members of the Alliance Against Displacement say their actions in protest of demovictions sparked a “mood change” in Metrotown.
Vancouver City Hall has finally launched the city’s bike-share service — only as a test phase for “founding” members — in a move Mayor Gregor Robertson hopes will continue to promote cycling as a way to commute.
An idea to establish a city-owned recreational vehicle park in Richmond could be shuttered before it’s even given serious thought — despite the potential demand for such a facility as existing RV parks are developed for other uses.
B.C.’s Civil Resolution Tribunal began accepting an early intake of strata claims last week, taking another step toward full implementation of a system that one expert said “makes justice incredibly accessible for everybody.”
Vancouver women living in the Downtown Eastside who felt unwelcome or pushed out of existing area vendor markets have started their own event — running every Saturday on Columbia Street.
A Vancouver company is launching a Bluetooth device that could allow businesses to physically track the locations of customers inside stores, theme parks, or even whole sectors of cities.
If not for a couple of wires inserted into her brain by doctors at Vancouver General Hospital, Jamie Crane-Mauzy might not have been able to return to VGH Tuesday to talk about her burgeoning motivational speaking career.
Plans to put Tasers in the hands of 300 trained officers by the end of 2016 are behind schedule, but the Vancouver Police Department expects to reach that goal sometime in 2017.
A group representing lawyers in B.C. are calling on the federal government to open up the process in which judges to the Supreme Court of Canada are appointed.