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The number of new car sales in B.C. is tracking towards near-record levels achieved prior to the 2008 recession, according to industry officials.
The number of subsidized residential care beds has increased to 27,308 as of March this year, according to new government numbers, but a seniors group says the funding is going in the wrong direction.
Thousands of people face the loss of their homes in the next three years as rent subsidies are set to expire. Now B.C. municipalities are debating whether to add their voices to the debate on who should foot the bill for co-operative housing.
Some advocacy groups demanding a public hearing into the suicide death of a woman in Canada Border Services Agency’s custody have been rejected from participatory status at the BC Coroners Service inquest.
A majority of B.C. residents see binding arbitration as the answer to resolving the ongoing contract dispute between the provincial government and the BC Teachers’ Federation, a new Insights West poll shows.
Vancouver-area pimp Reza Moazami has been convicted of most of 36 human trafficking and sex-trade-related charges after a B.C. Supreme Court ruling on Monday.
The Canadian Cancer Society is bracing for a $350,000 loss as the ongoing B.C. education dispute puts its Cops for Cancer fundraiser in jeopardy.
Transit service could reach an additional 2,400 workers if Burnaby council approves the extension of the route 116 bus at a meeting today.
The benefit of a district energy system is that it allows you to switch to different fuel sources without changing the system. — Elisa Campbell, Metro Vancouver
Traffic police in the city have been using automatic licence plate scanners a lot more lately — managing to bag 111 charges through the technology this year.
“There’s no words for it,” Downtown Eastside resident Samantha Boss-Chevelday beamed upon seeing her photographic work for the first time.
Darkness on city streets is a serious concern and needs a review by council, says the Vancouver Seniors Advisory Committee.
A troubled Vancouver urban farming facility is set to be revamped after its acquisition by Affinor Growers.
With children out of school during the teachers’ strike, many parents — whether they realize it or not — are practicing an educational philosophy known as unschooling.
An organization representing the employers of 500,000 people in B.C. has been granted intervener status in the government appeal of the teachers' class size and composition Supreme Court ruling.
The B.C. Teachers’ Federation has been given $8.5 million by fellow unions to help educators battle financial hardship as the ongoing strike has put them out of work.
Hiking ferry fees has cost B.C.’s gross domestic product $2.3 billion in value over a decade, according to a Union of B.C. Municipalities report.
BC Housing funding for rental assistance programs has grown in recent years and now accounts for 18% of total expenditures.