Two people are in critical condition.
The Pride parade that sparked a national debate about police participation is changing its approach.
Other cities like New York, San Francisco and Oakland have unsuccessfully sued oil companies.
There will be a gathering outside China's consulate on Monday (December 10) as the world marks the 70th anniversary of International Human Rights Day.
The latest addition to the UBC executive is Ainsley Carry, who will become vice president, students.
The search for a First Nations man who went missing in August has ended in a tragic discovery.
The most controversial measure, vacancy controls, has been flipped back to staff to review.
The funding will support improved access to sexual-infection prevention, testing, and treatment.
The Downtown Eastside Street Market Society is inviting children of all ages to sit down with Saint Nick at a workshop that's under construction at 62 East Hastings Street.
A local public broadcasting centre is opening its doors to ensure that those in need can continue to access food.
Police carry C8 carbines in big public events like the celebration of Canada Day.
The baby had been taken to hospital and was in critical condition.
The city’s new council led by independent mayor Kennedy Stewart is scheduled to receive an update on the previous Vision Vancouver administration’s climate-change adaptation efforts.
Elizabeth Poulin was found dead in her apartment on November 24 near the corner of Kingsway and Kerr Street.
The figure is based on a national survey of members of the Canadian Federation of Independent Business.
The Vancouver Public Library (350 West Georgia Street) is one of four locations welcoming the homeless who want to avoid the cold over the next two nights.
The assault occurred after a 14-year-old girl disembarked from a bus on Kingsway.
If you’re the parent to a teenager or even a child of grade-school age, you might have received a notice or two sent home with your kid warning you about the dangers of vaping.
Two forthcoming events will feature speakers whose views about identity politics and social justice issues have sparked passionate debates.
One person is reported dead after a major collision near the bottom of the Cut.
The past few days have been particularly seismically active in British Columbia and Alaska.
Anyone who sees Kum Cheung is being asked to call 9-1-1.
Seismologists have been focusing a great deal of attention in recent years to the impact of oil and gas operations on earthquakes.
During his one term in the White House, the Berlin Wall fell, the Soviet Union broke up into many different republics, and America led a coalition of countries that waged war against Iraq after it invaded Kuwait.
Her injuries were "indicative of foul play", according to the Integrated Homicide Investigation Team.