TransLink has suspended one of its employees after an hours-long SkyTrain service disruption Monday — the second one in less than a week.
After campaigning on a promise to end street homelessness by 2015, Vancouver Mayor Gregor Robertson is now saying the issue is not within his jurisdiction.
The provincial vehicle insurer has lost for the second time in court trying to prove the website belonging to a lawyer’s wife — icbcadvice.com — was infringing on the Insurance Corporation of B.C.’s trademark.
Renters in another Vancouver building say they too are being charged opt-out fees by BC Hydro because their building manager won’t allow the power authority to install smart meters.
The British Columbia Coroners Service and RCMP say they’re stumped about the identity of a skeleton found in Anmore on the northern outskirts of Metro Vancouver.
Author and artist Douglas Coupland and developer Bob Rennie were among those presented the Order of British Columbia Tuesday in Victoria.
Environmental groups and labour organizations on Vancouver Island are demanding the province lend protection to a section of forest being logged near Port Alberni — except the company in question denies it’s logging fragile areas.
The City of Vancouver is distancing itself from the industry funding behind its 110 downtown cigarette bins, as a local health authority warns the much- touted project was funded by Canada’s largest tobacco company.
The B.C. Supreme Court has dismissed a court case petitioning to remove Vancouver Mayor Gregor Robertson from office.
A raging wildfire near Lytton in central British Columbia grew to 1,500 hectares Monday as more than 120 firefighters tried to contain the blaze.
Oppenheimer Homeless campers at a Vancouver park say they’re planning a roadblock next Tuesday as the city appears no closer to evicting the 30 people who’ve set up a “tent city” on the site.
What was initially a serious assault on the wife of a former Sikh temple president in Surrey has turned into a second-degree murder charge against her husband, police said on Monday.
Residents of an apartment building in the West End say they’re being harassed after being billed by BC Hydro because their building manager refuses to allow smart meters to be installed.
New lights and a more open design at a Surrey transit station appear to have worked.
Homeless campers at Oppenheimer Park breathed a sigh of relief Sunday morning as the city never showed up to enforce eviction notices.
The provincial government spent $2.7 million on airfare between Helijet Airways and Harbour Air, according to figures released through public accounts earlier this week and crunched by a government watchdog.
The company behind the proposed twinning of the Kinder Morgan pipeline says because its relationship with the City of Burnaby is “non-existent” it will likely ask the National Energy Board for help gaining access to city property to study a new pipeline route.
British Columbia has been lit up by fires this week with about 15 “fires of note” burning throughout the province as of Thursday afternoon.
Vancouver police have arrested a second man and charged him following a gold heist Sunday at the Douglas Reynolds Gallery on Granville Street.