The Vancouver Park Board launched a new awareness campaign at Hillcrest Centre on Thursday — putting faces to the struggle for gender inclusivity.
Nationwide rallies are being held on March 31 to mark the one-year anniversary of the expiry of Canada’s Health Accord, a decision which will lead to $37 billion in health-care cuts over the next 10 years, according to the Canadian Health Coalition.
The issue of how the Broadway subway will be built was chosen seven years ago by a Vancouver city council still stinging from seeing the trenches that for three years throttled a six-kilometre portion of Cambie Street during Canada Line’s construction.
It happens all the time. Someone spends a day at one of Metro Vancouver’s 33 parks and decides to leave their stuff behind, so they don’t have to haul the often large items back for use next time.
When it comes to the world of newspapers, we’re still pretty young ‑ 10 years old in the midst of centenarians. But that doesn’t mean we can’t still celebrate how fast 24 hours has grown.
University of B.C. researchers are one step closer to equipping at-risk patients with handheld, wireless devices no larger than a credit card that can non-invasively diagnose urinary tract infections.
They haven’t finalized a name for the festival yet, but Richmond City Hall is planning a $245,000 city-centre party for the Labour Day weekend this year.
A new report has put yet another nail in the coffin of millennial’s hopes of ever owning property in Metro Vancouver in the next 15 years — trading backyards for balconies, living in Vancouver to a much farther away suburb.
The main contributing factor to Vancouver’s growing homeless population is the loss of affordable single resident occupancy rooms, says an anti-poverty advocate.
Through telematics and wireless connectivity, cars are collecting and processing enormous amounts of personal data, according to a new study from the B.C. Freedom of Information and Privacy Association released Wednesday.
Not to worry, folks — TransLink says a flood of red goop that poured from the ceiling of a 99 B-Line during rush hour earlier this month was just a hydraulic fluid leak.
Ahead of Abbotsford’s tent city eviction case this summer, homeless advocates and the city will be heading to the B.C. Court of Appeal later this week — determining if tens of thousands of dollars required for police documents will have to be paid out.
Vancouver’s police force is being asked to pay a trans woman $15,000 for repeatedly referring to her as a man and refusing to provide her post-op treatment while she was in jail.
Surrey City Hall is being asked by a low-income housing advocacy group to enact new legislation that would require 25% of new multi-family housing projects be set aside with affordable rental rates.
Vancouver’s early spring has caused local cherry trees to bloom weeks ahead of schedule - causing concern for the Vancouver Cherry Blossom Festival.
The City of Vancouver wants to know what types of hazardous and potentially noxious substances are stored in containers at the city’s shipping terminal following a large fire involving a bleaching agent at the port earlier this month.
BCAA has thrown on its gloves and stepped into Vancouver’s increasingly crowded car- sharing ring - officially launching Evo Car Share on Tuesday.
The wage gap between public and private transit providers in British Columbia is one of the highest in the country, according to a report by the Canadian Federation of Independent Business — with wages heavily favouring public workers.
Health officials in Vancouver have issued a warning after two passengers on a flight from Beijing tested positive for measles.