A B.C. anti-poverty group is challenging residents to eat on just $26 for a week later this month.
It was 30 years ago this month that Joseph Roberts organized Vancouver’s first Walk for Peace, which drew 35,000 people.
A Victoria man is launching a nationwide campaign for temperance in response to the Stanley Cup riots fuelled by alcohol and drugs a year ago in Vancouver.
A group of international scientists is urging B.C. Premier Christy Clark to accelerate an agreement announced six years ago to protect the Great Bear Rainforest.
Community gardens are becoming so popular in Vancouver that the city is struggling to keep up with the demand.
Barkerville, the gold rush town that had much to do with helping build the province of British Columbia, is celebrating its 150th anniversary this year.
A biotech company’s bid to market a genetically modified apple that doesn’t brown when sliced is prompting concern among conventional and organic fruit growers in B.C.’s [...]
As B.C. ruminates on which day would be best to set aside for Family Day, a recent survey reveals that Canada has the fewest public holidays of any developed nation in the world.
A B.C. First Nation is trying to preserve an ancient village and burial site that were part of what was once one of the largest pre-contact middens on Canada’s Pacific coast.
A group of eight B.C. conservation groups is urging the Royal Canadian Navy to stop conducting military training exercises in the critical habitat of the highly endangered [...]