Is it a race if you run alone?
The contention is over the official community plan. It's a plan that lays out the future direction of Port Moody and was just drastically amended in mid- October to, among other things, consider how the Evergreen Line would impact the city's development.
The problem started back around 2008, as those involved in combating homelessness in the community will attest.
Changes are coming to Burquitlam. It’s a neighbourhood built for single family homes with a car for each household – “big asphalt” is how some long time residents may describe it.
Burnaby is taking Kinder Morgan to court to force surveyors to follow municipal bylaws, but when it comes to bylaw enforcement on anti-pipeline protesters, they've handed responsibility to the RCMP - who say they won't immediately move people.
Attention snow enthusiasts — snow boarders, skiers, snowshoers and all that — the white stuff is coming down like its “winter wonderland” up in Whistler as the Lower Mainland’s North Shore sits in wait.
There’s a new Gnome in town, but instead of being a mischievous trickster – Dug the Gnome is out to do good.
Homeless campers in Surrey were “kicked to the curb” Thursday — removed from a private property — by RCMP and local bylaw officers, says the owner of the land in question.
A celebrity pumpkin from south of the border — weighing 1,233 pounds — has made its way through Langley and Cloverdale enroute to Vancouver, where it’s sure to be the biggest jack-0- lantern on the block come Halloween.
New research indicates B.C. may be Canada’s artistic mecca, having the highest percentage of artists in the country whose primary income is derived from their craft.
TransLink says that by early 2015 about one-quarter of potential Compass Card users will have the smart farecard in their hands when tapping onto transit — but at the same time, it’s putting a temporary hold on the need to tap off.
The cheques are in the mail, says the B.C. Ministry of Finance.
Four hundred “bricks” of firecrackers, several hundred roman candles, 60 packs of airbombs and more — worth $13,000 in total — have been seized from the hands of illegal firework dealers in Surrey.
Imagine if your pharmacist could predict with unprecedented accuracy whether or not you’ll have side effects from medication.
A lapse in government funding has left hundreds of people seeking gender- reassignment surgeries in limbo, says a Vancouver physician.
No electrical play, no edge play and no means no – these are some of the rules enforced by Vancouver’s Dungeon Monitor Team at local BDSM events.
Metro Vancouverites can expect gas prices to remain at lower rates “well into 2015,” according to a Canadian market analyst.
The City of Burnaby decided Monday it will appeal a National Energy Board ruling that granted Trans Mountain the ability to conduct survey work on city land in order to explore the proposed route for the Kinder Morgan expansion project.
City-funded child-care facilities in Burnaby could triple if the vote goes through.