Two UBC studies released this month take a closer look at how LGBT youth are faring in high schools.
In an unannounced change, B.C.’s provincial government has decided to let thousands of people living on welfare keep an extra $20 a month.
Economist Iglika Ivanova has provided a blueprint for the B.C. government to scrap its most regressive tax.
Men who have not had sex with men over the past year are now eligible to donate blood in Canada.
The ministers of health and justice say the B.C. government will continue to be guided by criteria in the Supreme Court of Canda's Carter ruling.
Ali Alamzadeh and Sharonna Chan may have the ticket to a bug-free Olympics— that is if they can get the word out in time.
They're colourful, cute, and were designed for convenience—but they can be deadly.
There's a gap between men in cities and those who live outside urban centres.
On June 1, 600 crosses were planted in a park in Victoria to represent the more than 600 people that could die of illicit-drug overdoses in B.C. this year.
A hazardous-materials scene was on the scene near one of the city's most popular beaches.