A judge has set aside the dismissal of an Air Canada employee who was fired for stealing some nuts and hand lotion from an aircraft in Vancouver.
More than two million plastic bags, 2.6 million paper coffee cups, and countless foam takeout food containers are thrown out each week in Vancouver.
A judge has reluctantly ordered about 50 homeless who have been camping on a city-owned lot in Vancouver designated for social housing to vacate the premises by Wednesday.
An autopsy has determined a Port Coquitlam man involved in a shooting incident with police earlier this month did not die from a self-inflicted injury.
Award-winning, locally filmed web series The Drive – which follows the lives and loves of friends residing on Commercial Drive in east Vancouver.
A motion to ban Vancouver pet stores from selling dogs, cats and rabbits is headed to city council after dozens of residents expressed concern about a pet store that opened last month in the Marpole neighbourhood.
Vancouver police are investigating the death of a man who was found in medical distress in Mount Pleasant early Thursday morning.
While the Vancouver Canadians were thrashing the Everett AquaSox 7-1 on the diamond at Nat Bailey Stadium on Tuesday, Juan Ramos was destroying 76 inches of hotdog in the grandstand.
X-Files actor David Duchovny, who moonlights as a singer-songwriter, will perform a concert at Vancouver's Imperial theatre on Oct. 14.
A judge has adjourned a second application for an injunction to clear out a tent city in Vancouver.
A Vancouver man is charged with illegally soliciting $270,000 from investors in contravention of a 2013 order from the B.C. Securities Commission.
A Surrey man who was convicted in connection with a hit-and-run accident that left an elderly woman seriously injured has avoided jail time.
Alix Ohlin is the new head of UBC's creative writing program.
Almost seven years of watching her daughter’s case make its way through the court system has ended in disappointment for Debbie Dyer.
Surrey RCMP and educators are urging parents to speak with their children about the overdose crisis ahead of a summer filled with parties and music festivals, places where drug use can be commonplace.
Summer's here and the livin' ain't easy. Face it, we're all feeling a bit lost and a little depressed because the Toronto Islands are shut down but don't despair because there's some good news - Ontario Place Urban Park just opened.
Four handguns the Crown alleges were shipped to California by Patrick Fox, who is charged with conducting a campaign of harassment against his ex-wife, were concealed inside some computer equipment, says an agent with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF).
Langley's Critter Care Wildlife Society is missing one bear after it escaped its enclosure and scampered into the woods on Sunday.
The murders of two young men has rocked the small community of Lund and its larger Sunshine Coast neighbour, Powell River.