While Insite is still the only bricks-and-mortar location in Vancouver where one can obtain a testing strip for fentanyl, the kits are more easily available than most people know.
It's still technically known as the Greater Vancouver Regional District but that may not last much longer.
Documents obtained via a freedom-of-information request reveal that an October 2015 trade delegation to China saw the Premier joined by at least three real-estate companies.
The former NDP MP and city councillor told the Georgia Straight by phone that she’s been thinking a great deal about the intersection of electoral politics and social movements.
A lawsuit filed September 12 in B.C. Supreme Court aims to change how mental-health-care decisions are made and who is involved in making them
Canadians often think of those who died on military missions, but other victims must also be considered.
Retired doctor Charles Yang and accountant James Chou are both delighted with the rise of the country's first female president.
Despite Vancouver Coastal Health increasing how much it spends in the Downtown Eastside, three organizations that lost out in a funding shuffle will soon be forced to close.
More than half of the students who take continuing-education courses at the Writing Centre are millennials with a bachelor’s degree.
St. John’s College is a UBC residential college on the Point Grey campus housing 165 graduate students, postdoctoral researchers, and visiting scholars from almost 50 countries.