A New Westminster nightclub is changing the name of its "Pimps & Hos Party" following pressure from a former madam who said the costume party promotes pimping and prostitution.
Health officials reassured cities Tuesday that they retain the ability to send firefighters on “lights-and-sirens” calls that ambulance dispatchers see as only routine.
The provincial privacy commissioner says police departments are crossing the line when releasing non-conviction information as part of background checks for potential employers.
Vancouver police say the victim of Monday’s homicide in east Vancouver was 63-year-old Yin Nor Hsao.
Vancouver police shot a man Monday morning after being called to an apartment building in the 3300 block of Kingsway and discovering blood on the walls, a dead woman in a suite, and a crying child who needed hospital treatment.
A Burnaby business is appealing fines from Consumer Protection BC over money it collected from clients without signed contracts.
West Vancouver police say they are reviewing an incident between an officer and a longboarder.
Vancouver School Board is rolling out a district-wide composting program to teach kids how to sort compostable products, mixed materials and garbage destined for landfills.
"One of the reasons why we’re most sensitive this year … is because now the cuts are actually beginning to hurt people."
Three men who attacked Good Samaritan Robert MacKay outside the Hudson’s Bay Company’s department store in downtown Vancouver during the 2011 Stanley Cup riot have been convicted in B.C. Provincial Court.
First Nations band Nee-Tahi-Buhn near Burns Lake has revoked its support of the Northern Gateway pipeline project and is instead endorsing an alternative pipeline proposal announced Monday by Eagle Spirit Energy Holdings Ltd. and the Aquilini Group.
Vancouver City Hall has mapped out how much leafy vegetation is in each neighbourhood to examine its “urban forest” — with downtown looking surprisingly healthy thanks to its green West End compared to the barren eastern parts of the city.
Hours-long wait times for police, drug dealers peddling their products on street corners and the lack of a community police centre are among the reasons Strathcona shop owners are feeling unsafe, according to a local business association.
It was one of the most gruesome and shocking crimes in recent memory in Canada.
The company operating TransLink’s Compass Card system is facing three proposed class action lawsuits from angry U.S. customers who claim their tap-on cards were charging “sometimes three or four times” for a single fare.
A national real estate firm forecasts the rate of housing prices will speed up in Coquitlam with improvements to transit and road networks in the eastern part of Metro Vancouver.
The bulk of the province's new resource industry jobs will be in the Lower Mainland, not rural areas.
The death of her daughter by a drunk driver was the catalyst that began a mission for Markita Kaulius to change Canada’s laws to be tougher on those who kill people while drunk behind the wheel.
The majority of the region’s prospective homebuyers would be hard-pressed to locate an “affordable” home given that more than a third of those being sold are out of reach, according to a Metro Vancouver report.