According to Lorrie Williams, council is looking at the idea of changing the city’s official community plan to allow laneway homes.
From the Nashville country artist Kip Moore's February 3 show at the Commodore.
Sometimes even the nicest gift is all wrong.
Surrey Mounties recently found themselves in a standoff with an armed former inmate who was released without psychiatric medications that had been prescribed for him in prison.
If your friend offered you a ticket to see Maroon 5, would you go?
When Chengxin Wei came to Canada in 2000, he focused on assimilating. These days, he has entered yet another phase of his adventurous career.
Wine Beer & Spirits
It’s hard not to judge a book by its cover—or a wine by its label.
Shows like Athol Fugard’s Valley Song are part of Jovanni Sy’s plan to bring riskier, more ethnically diverse fare to Richmond theatre.
As the Snowed In Comedy Tour winds its way through its month-long jaunt to the top ski hills in Western Canada, the aches and pains are starting to take their toll.
Conventional wisdom is that high-school dropouts typically don’t amount to much.
If you find yourself alone on Saturday night, head down the Rickshaw to meet up with some fellow singles.
The company's share price fell in early trading on the news.
In his latest work, renowned South African dancer Vincent Mantsoe returns to the poverty and squatter camps he grew up in—via dance, at least.
For most people, the time leading up to Valentine’s Day is for love and affection. But at Vancouver TheatreSports League, it’s an excuse for all-out, head-to-head, no-holds-barred war.
Here’s a cure for the rainy midwinter blues
Reuters has reported that at least 25 people are dead and another 18 are missing.
Savage Love Column
I don't want a divorce but when I think about never having good sex in my entire life, I can hardly stand it.
Canadian Blood Services is setting up a Rainbow Donor Clinic for queer men.
Food of the Week
He sings about food, he plays the saxophone, he chats with audience members and conducts “large, potentially dangerous, and impractical culinary demonstrations”.
Hint: it deals with accountability and corruption.
For the crowd, the music was enough; this was a rare Vancouver night when fans made their own fun, instead of standing there with their arms crossed while waiting to be entertained.
You can’t see, smell, or taste it, so it’s easy to ignore.
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The show is meant to contrast the kids’ visceral, innocent creativity with the experience of the adults, but it also pushes into questioning definitions of virtuosity and skill.
In Canada, there are about half a dozen pure electric cars on the market—and that’s not including plug-in hybrids. Here are three you can buy right now.