For the second time this year, Vancouver-area ports could be hit with shutdowns as container truck drivers consider another strike.
The lower price of gas has not convinced drivers to spend more on holiday plans or gifts, according to a new survey.
The provincial government has approved the regional mayors’ proposal for a 0.5% regional sales tax with a new name - calling it the “Metro Vancouver Congestion Improvement Tax.”
A “malicious file” has led to the temporary shutdown of government email servers in British Columbia Thursday morning.
Forty beds are being opened at Riverview Hospital as part of a new rehab and recovery program announced by the provincial government on Wednesday.
A failure to disclose $12,500 in campaign donations has led the executive director of Vancouver’s Coalition of Progressive Electors to resign.
Christmas is the most prolific season for thieves and scammers hoping to take advantage of busy stores by staging “return frauds” - with con artists convincing stores to buy back items shoplifted from their own premises.
Fraser Health is making some improvements after a review found overcrowding woes have meant the emergency department and other acute care facilities are often improperly used to house other types of patients.
A Vancouver woman is hoping the person who snatched her passport portable drive and about seven USB sticks — but left behind the laptop bag that contained them — at the Commercial Drive library branch on Monday will return the materials.
The City of Vancouver is set to have free public Wi-Fi at nearly 50 locations city-wide by next spring - including two outdoor hot spots.
A Vancouver-area teacher disciplined multiple times for inappropriate behaviour — including playing a Valentine’s “kissing game” with students — had her teaching certificate suspended in a recent decision from the B.C. Commissioner for Teacher Regulation.
Six years from now, the rate of people hospitalized for alcohol-related illnesses will have caught up to what has been the leading cause for hospital visits for years — tobacco use.
A class-action lawsuit that alleged links between a hormone replacement therapy drug and breast cancer — involving up to 132 women in B.C. — is expected to reach a settlement in the B.C. Supreme Court early next year.
A disabilities group is urging TransLink to renew the $1 million in taxi funding that bolstered HandyDART access — virtually eliminating the times people were denied trips.
A Surrey pop-up soup kitchen is thriving despite a recent city crackdown.
The provincial government has approved the $8.7-billion Site C dam project, with construction on the energy project expected to begin next summer.
Vancouver International Airport is tracking towards a “record December” in the number of air passengers travelling through its terminals — and it’s issuing a staunch warning that some things just aren’t mean to be brought aboard.
The B.C. Court of Appeal has rejected Queen of the North officer Karl Lilgert’s attempt to overturn a jury conviction that found him guilty in causing the deaths of two passengers when the ship sank in 2006.
Foreign ownership of Vancouver condos is pegged at 2.3%, according to new figures from the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation.