The City of Vancouver, ourselves — everybody — is trying to do what they can, but we’re not even keeping our heads above water.
Researchers out of Vancouver Coastal Health are trying to recruit older men to figure out what would get them outside and active as part of a study to reduce the disparity between male and female exercise habits.
About 20,000 licensed marijuana users in B.C. are now part of a class-action lawsuit certified this week by the Federal Court of Canada after their names were printed on envelopes referencing medical marijuana.
Reporting elder abuse and neglect has always been “ad hoc” — according to B.C.’s Seniors Advocate — which is why Isobel Mackenzie has announced an initiative to better track it.
With strict water restrictions, scorching summer days, and threatened water flows for B.C.’s fish stock — now’s the time to reach out to local residents about reducing domestic water usage, according to one Vancouver resident.
If you go into Topaz Park right now you’ll find feces in the woods where people slept last night.
Cam Taylor and his wife were cruising to Harrison from their home in Abbotsford for the Easter Long Weekend when things literally took a turn for the worse.
We sort of give up some of the things you’d see in Walmart or Costco ... That’s not where we shine.
Food trucks have exploded in growth, but a new report about local vendors found many fail to thrive and nearly a third are considered unprofitable.
The fenced-in beer gardens associated with Pride Week’s Davie Street block party will be taken down this year — allowing liquor to be carried throughout the entire three-block area during this weekend’s celebrations.
A Vancouver Pride Society director has resigned his post, accusing the organization of using the Pride Parade and Trans Equality Now pledge to play partisan politics.
Scattered rain over the weekend brought relief for firefighters combating the province’s 166 active wildfires.
It looked like a chocolate smoothie, it tasted like a chocolate smoothie, but it was much more than just a chocolate smoothie.
The idea is called placemaking and to Charles Gauthier it means turning “dead public places” into something the community will want to use and enjoy.
A separated bike lane on Commercial Drive would be a boon for businesses, according to a study by Simon Fraser University urban studies students.
A local financial advisor has been sentenced to jail for refusing to take down blog posts that the B.C. Supreme Court said were “disparaging or defamatory” about the KPMG international auditing firm, and that suggested several judges had “improperly aligned themselves” with the company.
Human trafficking is a reality not enough people are talking about or dedicating substantial legal services towards, according to advocates working to end modern day slavery.
Surrey City Hall is planning to budget nearly $1 million to add “pre-emption” traffic light technology to nearly every intersection in the city — the wireless devices allow emergency workers to trigger traffic lights to change when they need to pass in a hurry.
The BC Liberals won’t be seen waving the rainbow flag in this year’s Vancouver Pride Parade because it refuses to sign the Trans Equality Now pledge, as the party maintains that transgender rights are already protected.