Council votes in favour of assessing land value capture mechanisms.
Sometimes, candidates are nominated for their regional appeal.
The council predicts B.C.’s real gross domestic product will grow by 2.3 percent in 2018, and by 2.6 percent in both 2019 and 2020.
It’s tough to live in a city where the rental vacancy is below one percent.
The real-estate craze may be on the wane in Vancouver, but it’s still a fertile subject of discussion.
Some might quibble with how the figures were compiled, but it's hard to dismiss their central point: income inequality breeds political extremism and, in some cases, right-wing populism.
According to a Los Angeles Times reporter, Trump was exasperated that Schumer got the best of him.
I've lost track of the number of times I've previewed a meteor shower on this site only to watch as the clouds move in on the prime sky-w
During the holiday season, people often drink toasts to health.
As part of her conditions, she's forbidden from stepping foot into Vancouver International Airport.
Surrey-bound passengers leaving Vancouver or Burnaby can expect delays.
A complaint filed by the vice-president of the B.C. NDP has entered the B.C. Human Rights Tribunal.
That will be reflected in annual assessment notices that will go to homeowners in early January.
Flooding could occur in low-lying areas, according to Environment Canada.
A Nelson musician popular around town for her street performances died of a fentanyl overdose last summer.
The former CTV News at Six anchor is an outspoken advocate for people with disabilities, a cancer survivor, and a recipient of the Order of B.C.
Canada has a significantly higher higher percentage of foreign-born residents than the United States.
Michael Kovrig works for the International Crisis Group, which is trying to have him freed, according to two unnamed sources cited by the news agency.
Computer manufacturer MSI has a reputation for making some of the best laptops for video games.
There might not be a market for the scorned veteran