The sense of safety felt by businesses in Surrey’s downtown core has fallen to the lowest level since 2006, with more and more business owners feeling “less safe” than before.
Vancouver and Multi-Material B.C. has placed a bunch of new recycling stations around the West End to encourage residents to recycle packaging and printed paper.
With the Olympic flame now extinguished in Rio, the cauldron in Vancouver is about to be fired up when the Americas Masters Games kick off this weekend.
University of B.C. researchers claim border line-ups could be sped up by as much as 18% — without any extra staffing — if only Canada Border Services Agency would schedule shifts properly to anticipate traffic demand.
More than four months after Ryan Barron was killed in a hit-and-run collision, Vancouver police and the victim’s family made another appeal Thursday for the driver to come forward.
The UBC eSports Association has grown by leaps and bounds in just a few years of existence, boasting a number of top finishes in competition and a growing membership base.
A non-profit wildlife organization has put up a $1,000 reward to try and figure out who is responsible for a skunk becoming stuck in a leg-hold trap in South Vancouver this weekend, concerned that more traps exist in the neighbourhood.
The company behind the Birkin and Kelly bags will be in Vancouver from Sept. 21-25 with 10 of their artisans demonstrating to the public how it manufactures the Hermes brand’s pricey products.
The B.C. Wildfire Service is reporting a dramatic reduction in the number of wildfires reported this summer in the province.
A housekeeper fired by a Summerland hotel was awarded $4,000 by the B.C. Human Rights Tribunal, which determined her employment was terminated due to her relationship with a man who was of interest to police.
TransLink says it will re-open the Pattullo Bridge a month ahead of schedule to allow four lanes of road traffic, starting on Aug. 29.
With some recent support by way of B.C.’s Representative for Children and Youth, Diane Sowden is hopeful to see secure care implemented after years of advocacy.
Maybe you’ve got a great idea for an app, but don’t quite have the technical know-how to take it from concept to creation.
Pot is linked to laziness — who knew?
A Vancouver accountant who argued she needed to work from home to breastfeed her baby — and because her work didn’t accommodate this, was effectively fired — has lost her case with the B.C. Human Rights Tribunal.
The Disability Alliance of B.C. has launched a two-year project training municipalities on how to alert and evacuate people with disabilities during major emergencies.
A Vancouver startup aiming to create technology focused on making a social impact believes it has developed an application that can help users make real changes to their carbon footprint.
BC Green Party leader Andrew Weaver said the BC NDP are “essentially in dereliction of duty” as the province’s official opposition by failing to speak out on the issue of demovictions in Burnaby’s Metrotown neighbourhood.
TransLink has selected the first Canada Line station that will receive an in-house bicycle parkade — King Edward.