You could be paying for transit by the kilometre travelled under new changes TransLink is considering for next spring.
At the annual TED Conference in Vancouver, one man was "asked to leave" and another barred for being the source of five complaints by women at the event earlier this year, TED said.
Hundreds of people turned up at an event held by the City of Vancouver Saturday to gather opinions about plans for the last large piece of undeveloped waterfront in the downtown.
As Vancouver becomes Canada's first major city to regulate short-term home rentals, many prospective hosts have questions about how it could work for them.
A former United Nations gang member says accused killer Cory Vallee felt badly after he participated in the 2009 murder of a Red Scorpion rival.
Two double-decker buses will make their debut on Metro Vancouver streets next week as part of a three-month pilot project.
Richmond has sent $3.5 million to TransLink to pay for designing a new Canada Line station at Capstan Way.
A United Nations gang associate accidentally shot one of his own in Burnaby in 2008 while his group was hunting for the Bacon brothers, a former gangster testified Wednesday.
After more than a year of preparation and three busy weekends of moving, the employees of Metro Vancouver are settling into a new head office.
Vancouver has joined the ranks of large cities around the world that have moved to regulate Airbnb and other short-term rental platforms.
A proposal to drain and shutter a pair of neighbourhood pools in Vancouver has whipped up a wave of angry opposition ahead of a looming Park Board vote.
The world has taken notice of The Plastic Bank, now so has the Vatican.
A letter to the provincial government will likely be the next step in Richmond’s efforts to eradicate an aquatic plant that has invaded a waterway in Steveston and threatens a nearby wetland.
Supergirl actress Melissa Benoist is calling for "safe, respectful and collaborative" work spaces amid allegations of sexual harassment on the Vancouver-filmed show.
Multiple sclerosis did not define Jacqui Cohen's father.
What is wrong with some people? Last week I witnessed two disturbing examples of awful behaviour – and I’m sick and tired of our increasingly uncivil cities.
A former United Nations gang member testified Thursday that he was told fugitive gang leader Conor D’Monte was hiding out in Vietnam.
Backpacks that are said to be custom-built for the needs of people who are living on the street are set to be distributed for the first time in Abbotsford and Langley.
The body of fallen Abbotsford Const. John Davidson is being escorted by a police motorcade from Vancouver General Hospital to an Abbotsford funeral home.