All the weird, wacky, and newsworthy events from the past year.
Even the obvious ones you’re too embarrassed to ask.
The last day will be November 4 because the site near Main Street–Science World Station is being redeveloped into an office building.
Elections B.C. can regulate third-party advertising only during the campaign period.
The recent graduate of the Beedie School of Business says that not everyone who comes from abroad is wealthy—and some work very long hours to pay for their expensive tuition.
The decision was released on the same day that shareholders are voting on an offer by the Trudeau government to buy the corporation's Canadian assets.
The Beijing native will be in Vancouver to explain how he helped the widow of deceased Nobel Peace Prize winner Liu Xiaobo recently get out of China.
The program enables prospective students to apply up to two years of postsecondary credits toward the degree known as the BAM.
The 30-week certificate program offers a chance to work in simulated on-campus pharmacies and be trained through an eight-week practicum.
The program manager's ultimate dream is to get professionals in the field to participate in a Sun Dance and a Yuwipi ceremony.
The school has launched four introductory courses that won't intrude on the 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekday work schedule.
According to the Tourism Industry Association of B.C., more than 20 million travellers visited Canada last year. Total revenues in tourism reached $97.4 billion, up 6.3 percent over the previous year.
“We have an emphasis on socially just practice, ethics, inclusion, and diversity that spans all of our programs,” associate provost Steve Conway says. “That’s something we really hold dear.”
Since 1990, VLN has provided a high-quality, comprehensive, flexible, and engaging education program that offers an alternative to traditional in-person learning.
We could be viewing a meteor every 20 seconds if the Earth goes through a comet-debris cluster during this weekend's Perseid meteor shower.
The Delta Aquarid meteor shower is bringing its light show to Earth this weekend (July 28 and 29), courtesy of two (or one, or three) com
If you are the type of person who harbours a fear of inimical solar-system neighbours waiting for favourable orbit approaches to launch a
He's joined in the StarWalk category by renowned tenor Ben Heppner, Grammy and Juno winner Pranam (Chin) Injeti, musicians David Sinclair and Todd Kerns, and opera director Nancy Hermiston.
He accuses Prime Minister Justin Trudeau of trying to turn Indigenous nations into municipalities.
Federal drug laws have prevented Insite from providing supervision to people who require assistance injecting drugs. Now, 15 years after the facility opened, a Health Canada program could finally change that.
The Tsilhqot'in Nation has won an injunction against Taseko Mines to prevent exploratory drilling, excavating, and trail-building for a controversial mine project near Williams Lake.
Most people don't know that you can see virtually all the planets in our solar system just by glancing skyward at night.
There’s no shortage of Latin Americans who’ve helped boost Vancouver’s international reputation and cement the city’s identity.
If it’s June in Vancouver, it’s time to break out the green, white, and red.
A letter from 16 NGOs demanding quick action to ban the use in Canada of neonicotinoid pesticides has been sent to Prime Minister Justin