Straight Talk

A tentative deal has been reached in the B.C. teachers' strike, mediator Vince Ready announced this morning.
Law Society of New Brunswick members voted against accrediting Trinity Western's law school.
The owner of a West End building is refuting claims that his tenants are facing a 30-percent rent increase.
Talks between the City of Vancouver and CP Rail about the future of the Arbutus railway corridor have broken down.
A recommendation going before Vancouver council next week could speed up the city’s response time to outstanding bylaw violations at single-room occupancy hotels.
Tenants at a West End apartment building say they’re facing 30-percent rent increases and multiple eviction notices.
Today, various unions announced $8 million will be available in interest-free loans and another $500,000 was donated by B.C. nurses.
Vancouver entrepreneur Rachel Forbes spies a gap in funding options for nonprofits, charities, and social enterprises.
The city has published its first report on mental health and addiction nearly one year to the day that Mayor Gregor Robertson stood beside Vancouver police chief Jim Chu to ask higher levels of government for support in addressing those issues.
There's a talk at the Vancouver Public Library, an art show in Surrey, and the lights will turn yellow at B.C. Place.