Vancouver city council will vote on a re-zoning application Wednesday and the result could alter the citys skyline for years and will decide the fate of 152 proposed units of social housing.
A downtown Vancouver hotel is offering a remote work package for people who are fed up with working from home during the pandemic.
When it comes to COVID-19 symptoms, there are some that parents of young kids should be more wary of, a B.C. doctor says.
People opposed to the sale of Vancouver-based Mountain Equipment Co-op to a U.S. investment firm are hoping to ask a B.C. Supreme Court judge to delay the deal.
The type of sports car involved in the crash, a McLaren, retails second-hand for about $330,0000.
Kathy Marliss started a Facebook page called BC School COVID Tracker, which keeps tabs on possible exposures and confirmed cases at schools.
The orchestra is asking fans to subscribe to TheConcertHall.ca, which will stream 40 concert performances beginning with the opening night of the VSO’s season on Oct. 16.
Traffic cones are no longer set up along the road through Stanley Park, now that the Vancouver Park Board has removed the temporary bike lane put in place back in June.