It takes up to an hour to produce just one batch of 30 of these delicious bites of hemp-filled goodness.
Amalgamating the Lower Mainland into one mega-city got the thumbs down from local voters in a recent Insights West poll.
The Canada Line reached its 200 millionth passenger last Sunday, blowing past TransLink’s initial expectations.
That bit of bisphenol A (BPA) in food tins, the fire retardants on clothes and furniture, lead used in the construction of old homes — these toxins are all present in tiny amounts many would suggest are negligible to health effects.
For seven years, Sheldon Vance would walk Vancouver’s streets until he dropped, sleeping where he landed. Some days he’d wake up to find his shoes had been stolen off his feet.
Less than the cost of a cup of coffee, a dollar doesn’t buy you a lot.
For the last decade, $2.50 would get you a 30-minute tour through the ins and outs of herbal medicine – from the story behind Absinthe to a brief history of magic mushrooms in Canada to ancient cannabis use.
The problem of unregulated addiction recovery homes continues to plague Surrey streets, drawing criminal activity and drugs into neighbourhoods, say residents.
The B.C. Supreme Court has ruled that allegations four officers investigating the Surrey Six murders had sex with female witness in the case — and 14 months of solitary confinement for the two accused that violated Charter rights — are not enough to topple the seven murder- related convictions.
B.C. government is extending its consultation period for civic election expenses after receiving criticism from a taxpayer watchdog that it was poor timing to take place during frantic election campaigns.
An environmental impact statement on the proposed Roberts Bank Terminal 2 Project — which is expected to boost current container capacity by more than 70% — will include more than two years of data collected on habitats around the existing site, according to Port Metro Vancouver.
The provincial government says a torrent of changes on how liquor is sold in B.C. coming next year should “level the playing field” for government and private stores without affecting prices — at least not too much.
Every spring and fall for the last 37 years - you could say like clockwork - Ray Saunders has climbed a stepladder to clean the top of the Gastown Steam Clock.
Dear Tony: There has been a significant amount of attention to Airbnb. Our highrise in Vancouver have been talking about this issue, but our owners are either residents or landlords with long-term tenants.
A Vancouver woman wants to break the silence around sexual violence through an art project she hopes will go viral across multiple continents.
They’re flown to Burnaby from wherever in the province they’ve committed their crimes into an all-female living arrangement where the young women — still minors — are expected to encounter bullying and even recruitment into gangs.
One of the biggest issues that caused SkyTrain in Metro Vancouver to break down for hours this summer was how each train had to be restarted one by one following a system-wide shutdown, says a TransLink- commissioned report that recommends $71 million in fixes.
A provincial plan to encourage more families to adopt is on track to meet its goal of 300 adoptions by the end of the fiscal year.
The province is still waiting for its share of the $250,000 Boonstock RCMP bill – with the music festival’s organizers yet to pay the tab for policing costs, according to the Ministry of Justice.