Matthew Zielinski has big plans for Lenovo in Canada.
The real reason for the U.S. and its allies to keep Huawei out of North America is to prevent the further rise of a long-term competitor.
According to investigators, the victim sustained injuries that suggest foul play.
A Huawei executive is at the centre of an international diplomatic uproar that has all the makings of a John le Carré novel.
Metro Vancouver might get hit with a smattering of wet snow tonight (December 7).
This morning, the chief financial officer of a high-flying Chinese tech company is scheduled to appear at a bail hearing in Vancouver.
When industry spokespeople talk about the realities of creating and maintaining rental supply, they’re often accused of fear-mongering. The authors beg to differ.
A teenager who was partially blinded in a schoolyard incident will receive $35,000 for his injury.
Over the years, many B.C. school trustees have contacted me for advice or to clear something up they are unsure about. This year has been no different.
Applications to join the False Creek Flats community panel will be accepted until December 10.
Food industry organizations have joined forces with local authorities to ensure safety for staff and the public in Surrey.
Realtor Steve Saretsky writes that declining equity in detached homes is affecting the condo market.
He was inspired by a comprehensive report that was written by a student supervised by the legal director of UVic's Environmental Law Centre.
Two people are in critical condition.
The Pride parade that sparked a national debate about police participation is changing its approach.
Bryant Reeves is famous—to the extent he’s remembered at all—for playing the whole six seasons that the Vancouver Grizzlies team was based here.
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.
One thing is clear: in her role as a Metro Vancouver director, she's going to be focused on averting catastrophic climate change.
Affordable housing is the third-biggest capital expense item after water and transportation infrastructure.