Her notice of motion suggests that city staff look at moving the separated section to West 7th Avenue between Oak and Ash streets.
Premier Christy Clark has conceded the provincial government was slow to react to B.C.’s overdose crisis.
The leader of the B.C. Green Party has issued a call for the province’s minister of environment to step down.
Nicolas Chapuis insists that the investor-state dispute-settlement mechanism in the EU-Canada deal is far superior to Chapter 11 in NAFTA.
The proposed levy is intended to help fund new investments in transit and transportation.
With the next regular municipal election still two years away—on October 20, 2018—Lombardi argues that it's unfair not to have an elected school board.
Defamation lawyer Bryan Baynham demands apology on behalf of former trustees.
A weeklong conference organized by the City of Vancouver is designed to help revisit and reset its housing and homelessness strategy.
Three men have been arrested after a robbery of a Vancouver marijuana store but one female suspect is still at large.
Langley's Chelsea James died on January 9 when she fell out of a party bus in downtown Vancouver.