The epicentre of the crisis has shifted away from Asia and Europe to North America.
City council determines what constitutes affordable housing.
Family and police are concerned about a female senior who has not been seen or heard from since yesterday afternoon.
A company called Paydirt Enterprises truly hit paydirt, thanks to the Property Assessment Appeal Board.
As novelist Doris Lessing once said: "A public library is the most democratic thing in the world. What can be found there has undone dictators and tyrants."
Anyone walking down Robson Street might think the city was preparing for a hurricane—or recovering from a hockey riot.
One of those who tweeted about the incident was Harsha Walia, executive director of the B.C. Civil Liberties Association.
Some encouraging news is that almost half the cases have now recovered.
He has kicked up a fuss with a column claiming that the scale of the coronavirus crisis not not justify emergency measures taken to contain it.
Some landlords feel that they're going to have to endure higher costs as a result of promises offered to tenants in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Dr. Bonnie Henry stated that the rate of new cases has begun to slow down
The City of Vancouver announced Friday afternoon (March 27) that it has suspended the business licence of a downtown Tim Hortons restaura