Seasonal maintenance work wound up being completed earlier than anticipated
A new CEO is yet to be chosen by the company's board of directors.
A North Vancouver regional park remains closed after wind and heavy rainfall created unsafe conditions.
The whitewashing of imagery used by outdoor companies is now being acknowledged by efforts to change that.
See it fresh from its People's Choice Award at TIFF.
Renowned biologist Edward O. Wilson says to protect nature, people must regain their innate love for it.
The beauty of a British Columbian park is proving to both an attraction and a problem.
A bear exhibiting aggressive behaviour has prompted officials to launch an attempt to trap it.
Metro Vancouver has closed two hiking trails due to the presence of bears.
It's a bummer for anyone who has plans to go camping in southwestern B.C. this summer.
The online service allows users to rent campsites from private landowners, increasing accessibility to the outdoors in B.C. and beyond.
The 2.5-kilometre trail is anticipated to have 500,000 visits this year.
It was inspired by a long-running series by David and Mary Macaree called 103 Hikes in Southwestern British Columbia.
Here are must-haves designed to make your outdoor experience more enjoyable.
As seasons transition on the mountains, the number and types of calls North Shore Rescue responds to change as well.
Avid users of the local trail known as Mother Nature's Stairmaster will need to seek out other hikes or workouts over the next few weeks.
Departing from Vancouver, the trips will take place every Saturday and Sunday from July 7 to September 3.
Outdoor enthusiasts are being urged to be cautious around rivers and creeks or in the mountain this weekend.
British Columbia has officially connected its section of the Trans Canada Trail.
This is one of the most disastrous years for wildfires in the province's history.
Easy to intermediate treks with views that won’t disappoint.
A pre-dawn hike will see dedicated Vancouverites trekking up the peak in red and white attire this Saturday (July 1).
The duo were on an overnight camping trip when they came across "mini dumps" of garbage along one of the park's hiking trails.
The transportation service helps city dwellers without cars access sites such as Stawamus Chief, Garibaldi, and Joffre Lakes Provincial Parks.
Forget about getting on Highway 1. There are plenty of local parks to go to for quick time off.