The largest salmon farming company in B.C. lost up to 280,000 fish last week to a type of “harmful algae” associated with warm waters known to kill salmon.
Lawyers for homeless campers in Oppenheimer Park will have another week to prepare their case in the fight against a City of Vancouver plan to evict them.
The City of Surrey has signed a 10-year deal with Shaw as part of a plan to provide a free WiFi hotspot at every community centre in the south Fraser municipality.
TransLink is suing the City of Vancouver over bus tires popped on the Burrard Street Bridge this year during deck repairs ordered by the city.
The numbers trumpeted in the updated BC Jobs Plan are nothing more than political spin to mask criticism, said BC NDP critic Shane Simpson.
Lawyers advocating for the homeless living in the Oppenheimer Park tent city asked for a 10-day adjournment on Monday to an injunction request by the City of Vancouver.
Advocates concerned by privatization of Canada’s health-care system urged the provincial government to crack down on a private Vancouver clinic.
A significant portion of Port Moody and Coquitlam’s crime can be expected to occur within half a kilometre of the new Evergreen Line SkyTrain stations when completed, according to a Transit Police- commissioned analysis.
The Transit Police officer who arrested Lucia Vega Jimenez — a Mexican woman who hung herself later in Canada Border Services Agency’s custody — said he made the decision to call border officials because she lied about her name, and because she had an accent.
I am still going to fight this until the day that somebody gives me an answer. — Steve Lewis
To see a change in crime rates, Surrey residents must be more vigilant in reporting offences, Mounties told a gathering of 250 community members Sunday.
A proper showdown has yet to happen through a public debate format between the top contenders ahead of Vancouver’s November civic election — and voters should be worried, according to a government watchdog.
The Mexican national whose death is the subject of a coroner’s inquest Monday was in Canada to make money to support her senior mother and younger sister back home — and she had been about to get married prior to her arrest and subsequent suicide death.
An anti-Smart Meter group will continue its fight against BC Hydro despite a Human Rights Tribunal decision to dismiss its discrimination complaint last week.
The design of the Jericho Beach Park dock prevents members of the Disabled Sailing Association of BC from using the water for several hundred hours every summer.
Health professionals in B.C. have developed a video game they’re now using as a clinical tool to treat youth mental illness.
B.C’s Supreme Court denied a request to move serial killer Cody Legebokoff’s trial from Prince George to Vancouver, according to documents previously held under publication ban.
The University of B.C. recently took on the task of turning “several bankers’ boxes of paper and physical photos” on the province’s largest trees into a usable online database — and they want the public to add to it.
B.C.’s minister of natural gas and the premier say a threat by Petronas to withdraw its liquefied natural gas development in the province could be nothing more than an attempt to set the negotiations agenda.