Extradited man gets $100K bail on Vancouver investment fraud, theft charges

The U.K. man, who faces a total of 26 charges related to alleged events between 2010 and 2013, must abide by a 10 p.m. to 7 a.m. curfew.

Vancouver strata 'banging noises,' loud dog toys complaint dismissed

B.C.'s Civil Resolution Tribunal has dismissed noise complaints about an upstairs neighbour's banging, thumping and dog toy noise.

Canada's hiring prospects among highest in the world, says new survey

The positive hiring prospects come as inflation hit 6.8% this week.

Tropical beats come to Coquitlam for Caribbean Days Festival

The two-day Caribbean Days Festival — the largest in the province — is moving Coquitlam’s Town Centre Park after 32 years in North Vancouver

Recessionary storm casting dark clouds over economic optimism

At any other recent time, our economic indices would be considered enviable. We live amid full employment, with more jobs than pre-pandemic, as evidenced by a labour shortage. We are flush with...

Animation boom bumps up recruitment pressure

Talent squeeze tightens as Vancouver deluged with animation studio expansions

First Nations mean business

Third annual Indigenous Partnership Showcase focuses on economic reconciliation

Broadway Plan revisions jeopardize 30,000+ future rental units

New plan is "wrong way for Broadway," real estate industry official says

B.C. launches trade mission to Europe to promote environmental, social governance standards

Visit will span 10 days and engage partners in five countries, officials say