Vancouver Courier

Vancouver mayor mulls ‘more extreme version’ of COVID-19 lockdown

Vancouver Mayor Kennedy Stewart reiterated a plea Sunday (March 22)  to all residents to stay two metres apart when in public after seeing reports on the weekend of people hosting picnics,...

Vancouver has officially declared a local state of emergency

'We do feel that there are a number of measures that we may need to take in the coming days'

Major public events still going on in Vancouver amid COVID-19 concerns

Trucks, cars, and all things Celtic still hoping to draw fans this month in Vancouver

Five reasons to spend Spring Break at Great Wolf Lodge Anaheim

New for 2020 is Spring Breakout, which includes the Spring Jamboree and Splash & Dash Water Park event

Northern lights, dogsledding and other reasons to visit Iqaluit in the winter

Inukpak offers secret spots with sweeping city views, including a cemetery with a photogenic arch made from bowhead whale bones.

City of Vancouver goes west with preferred option for Granville Bridge redesign

'West Side Plus' option priced at between $30 and $40 million

New 29-storey office tower proposed for downtown Vancouver

Reliance Properties plans to develop parkade site

Vancouver council considers lower property tax hike than 8.2 per cent

City staff presents tax hike scenarios of five, six and seven per cent

City of Vancouver asks developer to pay $3.8m for portion of alley

Lane sits between two buildings on Broadway at Granville Street, on key site where PCI Developments is planning Skytrain-linked development

Vancouver increases empty homes tax by 25% for 2020

Vancouver city council has increased the empty homes tax from one per cent to 1.25 per cent for the 2020 tax year. The Nov. 27 decision follows a staff report that analyzed the fairness and...