The Vancouver Non-Partisan Association’s mayoral candidate has come out against the incumbent mayor’s position on cetacean captivity.
Charles Kembo, who was convicted in 2010 of four counts of first-degree murder for killing his wife, step-daughter and two others has lost his court appeal.
The Regional District of Central Kootenay is suing a Vancouver company for clean-up costs it alleges were a result of contaminated mining materials being dumped at a pond and left there for years.
Vancouver police and the RCMP say they’re reviewing their tactics after the Supreme Court of Canada dealt a setback Thursday to a scenario known as “Mr. Big” — what Mounties officially call the “Major Crime Technique.”
If the teachers’ strike carries on until September, B.C.’s Ministry of Finance says it will pay parents $40 per day of strike action for every child under 13 years old in public schools.
No local parade can match the glam and colour of the annual Pride Parade.
So when’s B.C. going to get its own Terry Fox Day?
The Vancouver Park Board has given a cellphone to one of the campers illegally occupying Oppenheimer Park.
Four former Vancouver mayors have lent their support to the Vancouver Aquarium amid controversy over the facility’s keeping of cetaceans.
A Vancouver police officer lied about a suspect ramming his vehicle and gave chase despite a superior’s orders not to, according to a complaints commissioner decision.
A Vancouver pharmacy is offering HIV testing as part of a joint-health-authority pilot project.
University of B.C. researchers are working nationally and internationally on a better construction material — bamboo to promote sustainable development and hopefully meet future building needs.
Despite finishing the first quarter in the black, TransLink’s ridership for 2014 is estimated to have sunk 2.9% lower than last year.
Construction of highrises throughout Burnaby is displacing “average” residents in the city, argues the Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now.
B.C.’s pork industry is suffering a steady decline in production because few people are paying the higher prices of buying local, according to a director with the B.C. Pork Producers Association.
B.C. Premier Christy Clark has waded into one of the most controversial issues on the planet — openly supporting Israel after three weeks of heightened violence in the region this summer.
As the Royal City mulls its response to TransLink’s rejection of a proposal to remove trucks from several city roads, the municipality has launched a dedicated truck-enforcement unit to crack down on violators.
A set of pharmaceutical bylaws that made offering incentive programs for pharmacy services illegal has been struck down by the B.C. Supreme Court.
A new Insights West poll suggests the potential support for declared Surrey mayoral candidates Doug McCallum and Linda Hepner is at a similar level among residents — with McCallum receiving a higher level of familiarity.