The Crown has sentenced two men as part of an initiative to crack down on criminals terrorizing women in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside, according to police.
Police are investigating photos of a man who allegedly urinated on the memorial for the 1914 Komogata Maru on the Vancouver waterfront after the shots circulated online.
As Lower Mainland municipalities gear up to scatter salt and brine on roads and sidewalks to prevent ice from forming, a Vancouver veterinarian is warning of the hazard it poses for pets.
Critics of a proposal to increase thermal coal exports through Port Metro Vancouver by 7.5% — or between four and eight million tons annually – are questioning a recent report that ruled the project would have no significant environmental or health impact.
Aboriginal leaders are applauding a report by Prime Minister Stephen Harper's special West Coast energy envoy that recommends meaningful consultation with First Nations is essential if development is to proceed.
Ski and snowboard season has barely started but local health authorities have already experienced their first severed spine from a young man who committed to a jump he couldn’t land.
A man who admitted to calling a radio station under a fake name to bad-mouth an NDP candidate has been appointed to the University of B.C. board of governors.
A veterinarian at the Vancouver Aquarium has upgraded the condition of a sea otter found in grave condition near Tofino after being riddled with shotgun pellets.
The West End Neighbours group is claiming a partial victory after the City of Vancouver amended bylaws that set the definitions of affordable housing.
A day after the City of Vancouver released a report on its earthquake preparedness, parents at Lord Strathcona Elementary are again asking why seismic upgrades to the structure have not taken place.
The Greater Vancouver Food Bank Society is breaking away from its soup kitchen origins to encourage clients to cook more wholesome meals.
A $5 YVR surcharge on cash fares departing airport SkyTrain stations would likely be applied to all Compass transactions when the new card rolls out, TransLink says.
A Vancouver man who shot and killed his ex-wife on Valentine’s Day, and then tried to shoot her new lover, did so because he felt “slighted” that the mother of his two children had rejected his rose, according to the provincial Crown.
Vancouver has moved to strengthen its earthquake preparedness after a new report revealed weak spots in the city’s response to a big shakeup — with False Creek looking like a potential danger zone.
The sale of Oakridge Transit Centre was delayed, with TransLink saying selling it now would net millions less than waiting until 2016.
Lower Mainland bus drivers say they will no longer check fares after a spate of assaults — mainly verbal and spitting — on the transit operators.
A court-appointed receiver has sold 64,000 square feet of retail property at the Village on False Creek.
A review of Canada’s ability to respond to oil spills was quickly panned Tuesday — with critics speaking out as soon as a Vancouver media conference ended.
Metro Vancouver politicians say they can’t figure out what TransLink has been spending $122 million in federal gas tax funding on as they’re once again asked to approve the annual funding.