Neighbourhood activists are wondering how affordable rental housing fits into Burnaby’s plan to make Metrotown its new downtown core.
Plans for protests on the arrival of Eric and Donald Trump Jr. in Vancouver next week for the official opening of the Trump International Hotel and Tower are changing as details about the day's schedule emerge.
This week, the B.C. government announced they have been in talks with a local entrepreneur to host guided climbing tours on the Lions Gate Bridge.
The Vancouver Aquarium plans to spend $20 million to expand its beluga habitat, despite plans to stop displaying the whales by 2029.
A guard at B.C.’s Kent Institution is among thousands of federal government employees still plagued by payroll shortfalls and inconsistencies a year after the government rolled out its computerized Phoenix payroll system.
Major tax cuts promised by Premier Christy Clark largely failed to materialize in Tuesday’s provincial budget, replaced instead by partial future relief from medical premiums and spending increases for health care, child welfare and education.
The victim of Abbotsford's latest homicide was known to police and his death is believed to linked to gang violence in the Lower Mainland, said police.
Marketing can be a tough business. Imagine you were in charge of marketing a new hotel/condo tower opening in Vancouver.
Trucker Rob Johnson thought he’d driven up to a Burnaby movie set when he saw a man with a gun firing at a black sports car. Johnson recalled the May 2008 scene Monday at the murder trial of accused United Nations gang killer Cory Vallee.
One man is dead after being gunned down in the street in Abbotsford this morning.
Finance Minister Mike de Jong is hinting at a tax cut for B.C.'s small businesses as part of Tuesday's provincial budget.
The Vancouver Aquarium will phase out its captive beluga program by the end of 2029, the non-profit has announced.
“To see what is in front of one's nose needs a constant struggle.” - George Orwell
School boards across the province will get $29.4 million to buy supplies this year that "reduce costs for parents and help teachers deliver B.C.’s new curriculum," the Ministry of Education said in a news release.
Three homes were evacuated Saturday morning after a landslide at the top of Vedder Mountain in Chilliwack.
The French government has created a new diplomatic position in B.C. with the job of persuading more of B.C.'s Chinese population to travel and do business in France.
After several nights on the lam in Langley, a wallaby is home safe — and police have learned a valuable new technique in animal apprehension.
A prosecutor urged a judge Thursday to reject the denials of three teenagers accused in the fatal swarming attack of another teen in Whistler.
An independent commission is set to start work on a region-wide mobility pricing strategy this spring, but Metro Vancouver mayors are concerned that the commission’s work won’t be supported by the provincial government.