Meng Wanzhou applies to delay resumption of extradition hearings until August

Huawei Technologies CFO Meng Wanzhou has applied to delay her extradition hearing proceedings into the second half of this year, officials said today. According to officials from all three sides...

B.C. again sets records for COVID-19 hospitalizations, ICU patients, active cases, new vaccinations

Number of people with variant-of-concern infections has declined by 48, to 212

Additional campsites being added in BC this summer

BC government announces 185 new campsites and $83 million in park funding

2030 B.C. Olympics wouldn’t need government funding: Furlong

2010 Games generated $1 billion in development, Greater Vancouver Board of Trade told

Canada, U.S. likely to apply brakes to post-pandemic inflation

While Canada seems unable to put the COVID-19 health crisis behind it, around the world economies are rebounding and the overall global outlook has improved. The April 2021 forecast from the...

Moving Canada’s blue economy out of the shallows

Canada needs to get its Aquaculture Act together if it wants to tap its ocean potential, industry says

Possible Peter Pan movie set constructed in Richmond

A giant pirate ship forms part of the large set on the south arm of the Fraser River in southeast Richmond

One of Vancouver’s most iconic afternoon tea services is now available for takeout

A new way to enjoy the decades-old tradition from one of Vancouver’s most storied hotels

Vancouver police explore adding third officer-nurse team for mental health calls

Region’s civic politicians seek similar service to Car 87/88 program across Lower Mainland

Canada secures 8m more Pfizer doses amid Moderna uncertainty

Moderna cuts expected delivery of 1.2m doses nearly in half, according to media reports

Industry group seeks to accelerate construction innovation

VRCA brings builders and innovators together on Construction Research Network