If Bill Bennett gets his way, Crown counsel will have three years — up from one — to investigate possible charges against Imperial Metals over the Mount Polley tailings breach.
Her death was over a disagreement about price.
A Vancouver art therapy program that’s helped hundreds recover from addiction and mental illness will open its doors to showcase their work next month.
The first woman inducted into the Canadian Soccer Hall of Fame is weighing in on the controversial decision to use artificial turf in Vancouver during the 2015 Women’s World Cup.
A civic politician who’s not even running again for municipal office this year has the highest approval rating of them all — Dianne Watts, mayor of Surrey who wants to run for the federal Conservatives, holds a 74% approval rating, according to an Insights West poll.
Michael Zehaf-Bibeau, the man who killed Cpl. Nathan Cirillo and fired shots in the Parliament buildings Wednesday once lived in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside.
Issues surrounding housing are the biggest concerns for B.C. seniors. That’s according to Isobel Mackenzie, Canada’s first seniors advocate, who has finished six months of touring the province.
Your 24 hours’ position as the best-read free daily in Metro Vancouver still stands, according to the latest Newspaper Audience Databank study. This is the industry standard in measuring readership in Canada.
If your prized bottle of Bordeaux is 750 ml, with an alcohol content of 14%, and a standard drink is 142 ml at 12% - how many standard drinks have you enjoyed by the time you’re halfway done the bottle?
A plan to move passengers without visas through Vancouver Airport is the “secret sauce” to becoming an international hub, says YVR CEO Craig Richmond.
Justice Minister Suzanne Anton said the provincial government was notified by RCMP of a potential threat by ISIS about a week before the shooting in Ottawa.
Shootings in Ottawa on Wednesday that left a soldier dead and at least one gunman shot and killed by authorities have Transit Police in the Lower Mainland stepping up presence on the system — just in case.
Members of the Lower Mainland’s Tibetan Buddhist community squared off against one another in protests outside the Vancouver Convention Centre Tuesday, as the Dalai Lama himself delivered a lecture inside.
B.C. government has cut the proposed liquefied natural gas tax to 3.5% for the next several decades following rumblings from the industry that high taxes could drive resource extractors from the province.
Metro Vancouver is investigating how to extract heat from treated sewage at a new wastewater plant slated for the North Shore.
TransLink is looking to take the monitoring of track switches for SkyTrain out of its own hands and instead hire a contractor to keep an eye on the system’s deterioration.
In the run up to municipal elections next month, the Fraser Institute released a report today outlining a decade of what it considers high spending habits among 17 of the Lower Mainland’s 21 municipalities.
Vancouver Whitecaps FC has identified a potential home in Surrey for a new pro reserve team in the United Soccer League after being rejected by New Westminster over cost concerns.
The province rolled out a new reporting and control act Monday targeting B.C.’s burgeoning natural-gas sector.