You’re at the grocery store buying mayonnaise. It’s the last jar on the shelf and the label is torn. What do you do?
Ever wanted to own a firetruck? How about several? For just $15,000 and up, one of Surrey Fire Services’ old trucks could be yours — the cheapest unit, from 1984, comes with 350 gallons per minute of pump speed and can carry up to 1,500 gallons. Only 22,000 kilometres on the drivetrain!
A new plan has been hatched to allow backyard chickens in West Vancouver — as they once were for decades.
A man in his 20s who sexually assaulted and brutally beat a female senior citizen in Prince George will spend another four years behind bars for the crime.
The BC SPCA is crediting a public tip that led it to seize 66 dogs from a Langley puppy mill last week.
The newest member of the Vancouver Police Department will be walking his beat on all fours.
When choosing where to eat, which hotel to stay at, or which cell phone to buy, people have an avalanche of websites with user reviews to help them decide.
An aspiring bus driver will have his case heard before the B.C. Human Rights Tribunal after a dismissed allegation of sexual assault from his past appears to have cost him an opportunity to work for TransLink.
Richmond firefighters are planning to start carrying two doses of naloxone on each fire engine after changes were made to allow non-medical personnel to administer the opioid-reversing drug.
Metro Vancouver’s considering new rules to make another water shortage more bearable in the wake of the chaos caused as neighbours water-shamed each other last year.
Constituents in Peter Julian’s New Westminster-Burnaby riding have fought for years to quiet train yards at night with little success. The NDP MP hopes that could soon change with the introduction of his Private Member’s Bill on Thursday.
The City of Vancouver conduct thermal scans of thousands of older single-family homes to see who’s losing leaking heat.
The 65,000 members of the BC Government and Service Employees’ Union are now backing the Save the Fraser Declaration signed by more than 100 First Nations prohibiting the transport of oil sands through their territory.
A Vancouver company with zero-emission go-karts capable of speeds exceeding 100 km/h says this is the year its B.C. race series will leave the start line.
Convicted animal killer Kayla Bourque was granted unsupervised access to the community on Thursday by the courts as long as she wears a GPS tracker out to the community, according to reports. The 25-year-old, who has stated she was interested in residing in New Westminster, will only be allowed two hours at a time.
A Germany-based dating company has prepared a SkyTrain dating map for Vancouver — with 47 dating ideas representing each of the Expo, Millennium and Canada line stations on the map.
A dietician from Fraser Health is sharing a few tips on the dos and don’ts of health-conscious food options for Chinese New Year celebrations.
The second floor of Burnaby’s largest public library will be getting a $400,000 facelift jointly funded by the city and federal government.
The B.C. Nurses’ Union says it’s unsurprising many of its members working in intensive care units want to leave the job given the long hours required and the burnout that can be associated with working on the most critical injuries and illnesses.