Ride-hailing services in the city are finally a reality.
Ride-hailing services may hit the city’s streets earlier than expected.
Ride-hailing services are almost hitting the roads.
A number of pedestrian fatalities have been taking place across Metro Vancouver, with a third death reported from Richmond.
A collision occurred between a vehicle and a 55-year-old male pedestrian in the 2400 block of 188th Street.
A married couple in their 70s were struck in a crosswalk at the corner of Richards and Pacific streets.
Neither the suspect nor the police were injured.
A family of three was in the westbound vehicle while a sole occupant was in the eastbound vehicle.
Investigators are still trying to determine the source of the ice.
Despite the cold-weather driving conditions, some drivers are still speeding across wintry roads.
Due to weather forecasts, the conditions may result in the need to close lanes or full bridge closures.
During the traffic stop, officers discovered that the license plate of the vehicle had been reported as stolen from Alberta.
Three other individuals sustained minor injuries while one person with serious injuries had to be extricated from a vehicle.
In one case, a driver attempting to flee police while in another, a female driver was rescued from after her vehicle was hit by a van.
Officers who arrived at the scene found an extensively damaged 2002 BMW sedan that had crashed into a hydro pole.
Metro Vancouver is experiencing its first real blast of winter snow tonight.
A citizen who followed an impaired driver helped to prevent any potential serious collisions, injuries, or even fatalities.
Not only are sleet, snow, and slush falling in Metro Vancouver, but also icebombs.
Two RCMP officers happened to come across a vehicle in a ditch in Surrey yesterday.
Highway 1 has been closed in both directions for 143 kilometres from Revelstoke to Golden.