Dog owners know how difficult it can be to clean off the layer of slime that accumulates at the bottom of their four-legged friend’s water bowl.
Vancouver City Hall has proposed new restrictions on the size and types of signs allowed to be floated in city waters, after a floating billboard business made headlines last month.
Community leaders from Metro Vancouver assembled on Wednesday to discuss the potential for uniting the region under one economic growth strategy.
The provincial government has introduced legislation that will require schools to develop sexual misconduct policies, as part of a commitment to address sexual violence on the campuses of B.C.’s post- secondary institutions.
As some of Vancouver’s varieties of cherry blossom trees have neared extinction, efforts to save them have been ongoing at BCIT since 2011.
Just hours after two Langara College instructors launched an interactive map to document incidents of crows acting aggressively, these were just a few of the reports posted on a new crow attack tracking tool.
Dear Tony: What happens when a strata discloses the wrong information on a Form B information certificate?
A slight decrease in the basic living wage for Metro Vancouver residents is being attributed entirely to federal government policy, according to a report released Wednesday.
A Surrey history buff has restored a massive turn-of-the-century tractor to working condition — using mostly original parts he had to hunt down across Western Canada.
People with a history of psychedelic drug use are less likely to commit acts of domestic violence, according to a new study co-authored by a University of B.C. researcher.
Spencer Chandra Herbert is convinced that transgender British Columbians will someday see language in the BC Human Rights Code earning them protection from discrimination.
The City of Vancouver will begin cracking down on 140 marijuana dispensary businesses that have been refused through the city’s pot regulation bylaw.
While the Lower Mainland didn’t get any increased funding for transit in the provincial Budget 2016, the Fraser Valley could be moving ahead with millions of dollars in investments for new transit lines.
A Blind Bay man who worked as a guard for the RCMP has been given a conditional sentence of 60 days, to be served in the community, after he was arrested for having a loaded prohibited handgun.
Technology developed by Simon Fraser University researchers that pulls water out of the air is being touted as a possible solution to the planet’s water woes.
The B.C. Court of Appeal has overturned a Supreme Court decision that ruled a massage therapist accused of sexual misconduct had restrictions unfairly placed on his practice.
Gabriola Island residents opposed to five anchorages proposed for the island’s northeast coast are eagerly awaiting the results of an environmental assessment that will determine if the proposal continues to the next stage.
A new Vancouver Coastal Health study will examine whether the stigmas Asian culture associates with mental illness affect the willingness of its men to seek treatment.
Food services at one of New Westminster’s newest parks has been a hit with the community, with revenues at the city-managed eatery climbing nearly 10-fold since service began in 2014.