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MDA promises Canadian jobs push for warship work

Vancouver-based aerospace firm expects to hire 200 to work on electronics systems

Step into a colourful wonderland of illuminated trees at this FREE spring event

While the Vancouver weather forecast calls for 15 – 25 cm of snowfall as a second low pressure system brings snow to the south coast, some residents can’t wait for spring to arrive. Cherry blossoms,...

15 ways for food lovers to celebrate Valentine’s Day in Vancouver

Valentine’s Day may be for lovers, but it can also be a truly next-level day for lovers who also love food. There are fancy intimate tables for two at some of Vancouver’s loveliest restaurants for...

VSO turns 100 as arts organizations plan for milestones

Bard on the Beach turns 30 this year; Vancouver Opera readies to celebrate 60th anniversary in 2020

Smaller security firms outpacing larger companies

Average employee count grew 14.6% for province’s largest security firms since 2015

New whale-watching outfit sails into Telegraph Cove

Troubled waters in Telegraph Cove have resulted in the oldest whale-watching outfit on Vancouver Island shutting its engines down and a Victoria-based enterprise expanding its operations. A dispute...

Chowder Chowdown returns to Vancouver this February

Which Vancouver chef dishes up the best bowl of chowder? The good eats will be served by the ladle-ful this February for the Vancouver Aquarium’s annual Ocean Wise Chowder Chowdown. Taking place at...

Chan family donates $40 million to help build new Vancouver Art Gallery

The private donation is the largest in B.C. history for arts and culture, and it brings VAG's private fund raising to $85 million

Vancouver Art Gallery to provide update on new facility

Plans to build a new facility have been around for more than a decade