A judge has ordered a court injunction to stop the blockade of a gravel road into a moose and bear hunting area in northwestern B.C.
Cougar trophy hunting in B.C. is linked to human conflicts, according to a study published Monday.
Dear Tony: Does a strata corporation have to get 3 bids when a contract is over $100,000? Our strata defeated a resolution last night for a roofing repair of $189,000 because the strata did not get more than 1 bid, and the contractor who is bidding on the project has a very poor rating with the Better Business Bureau. As a community of 148 units ev
Monday morning's Blue Bus strike left commuters in Langdale shocked, annoyed and profoundly out of pocket.
Translink is blaming a stalled train near Lougheed Station as the reason for Monday morning SkyTrain service delays on both the Expo and Millennium Lines.
Three men have been charged in connection with the Oct. 16 armed robbery of a Vancouver marijuana shop.
Nanaimo Hells Angel Robert (Fred) Widdifield has lost a last-ditch bid to get B.C.’s highest court to take another look at his extortion and theft convictions.
The City of Surrey has unveiled a new public-safety strategy meant to address issues from crime reduction to disaster preparedness to homelessness.
The Gore-Tex gloves are off in the fight for Mount Seymour’s trails.
Another class-action suit has been filed in B.C. Supreme Court against the Sahota family, who own the Balmoral Hotel in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside.
The Vancouver Fraser Port Authority is propos 1024 port marsh ing to convert a sand flat at the mouth of the Fraser River into 43 hectares of productive, intertidal marshland for a variety of wildlife, including juvenile salmon and birds.
A suspected transgender serial killer allegedly executed three women when she was a he, cops say.
Aislinn Hunter, award-winning B.C. poet, author and creative-writing instructor, has never had to worry that her life or liberty were in jeopardy because of something she wrote.
Accusations that a young man was abusive to his former girlfriend led to a swarming attack and fatal stabbing of a Burnaby teen in Whistler, a prosecutor said Monday.
B.C. Education Minister Mike Bernier has fired the Vancouver School Board, for failing to pass a balanced budget.
The final storm in a series of three that predicted mayhem for the Lower Mainland and the South Coast has passed through the area.
A Surrey teenager who was killed by a falling tree during a violent storm on Friday is being remembered as a “beautiful soul.”
The annual Welfare Food Challenge kicked off Sunday.
Emboldened by growing anti-immigration sentiment in the U.S. and Europe.