The political landscape leading up the 2014 civic election is shifting as a new party that includes community activists, former politicians and a retired judge is gearing up to take a run at city hall.
Two NPA commissioners are unhappy the Vision Vancouver-dominated park board has ruled against holding a special public meeting to discuss the new OneCard, which launched last week.
The Vancouver School Board unanimously approved a trial of a student trustee for the 2013-14 school year Monday night.
Harold, as the star projector at the H.R. MacMillan Space Centre is nicknamed, is semi-retiring. Harold joined the Space Centre in March 1967 after being built at the Carl Zeiss Jena factory in East Germany. During the projector’s time at the Space Centre, Harold, named after a character from a popular cartoon Fat Albert and the Cosby Kids, was used for the presentation of more than 75,000 shows.
As May merges into June, spectacular flowers begin unfolding that are an experience in themselves — huge blooms, intense colours and a presence that can be fondly remembered long after they fade.
So what’s up with the viaducts?Are they coming down, or what?Yes, I’m talking about the Dunsmuir and Georgia viaducts.
Coastal FC's Sean Kamensek (left) and Matt Hall (centre) take to the air to deflect a ball away from a Thompson Okanagan FC opponent Sunday.
File this one under "what the heck?" Tom Zytaruk's cellphone camera captured strange things happening in the skies above Mount Baker on Saturday.
Spending time with “the guys” is probably one of the most important activities for men that go hand in hand with watching sports.
Do you know what your grandfathers did for a living? More than half of us in British Columbia don't, according to a recent survey conducted by Ancestry.ca.
Langley's history, as recorded in the files of the Langley Advance.
As the Vancouver Canadians kick off their home season at Nat Bailey...
The day Asianna Covington broke a 42-year-old B.C. high school record in discus, she wasn’t thinking too much about distance or dates. To her benefit, she wasn’t over-thinking the discus either.
The Vancouver Canadians start their 2013 summer baseball season on the road today against the Tri-City Dust Devils in southeastern Washington.
Two years after rioters caused more than $3 million in damages to businesses and vehicles in the Stanley Cup riot, the Vancouver Police Department continues to have a team of 12 investigators and analysts searching for suspects.
When members of the WISE Hall heard their home-away-from-home faced noise complaints and a possible demise, they didn’t sit idly by.
To the editor: Re: "Meaty issue prompts Vancouver's decree," May 14. Vancouver was the first city to proclaim June 10 "Meatless Monday," encouraging people to abstain from meat products one day per week. Program advocates cite meat production as contributing to climate change, water pollution, deforestation, increased greenhouse gas and avian and
Despite some pushback from residents, city council agreed Wednesday to a major $700,000 upgrade for cyclists along a stretch of a popular bike route on the edge of Chinatown.
Vancouver’s oldest schoolhouse was one meeting away from demolition. The province had already committed $75,000 to flatten its charred remains.