Apparently the Japanese strongly believe in cleaning up after themselves, as 70 students have funded their own trip to Vancouver Island to clean up the shores of B.C.’s coast.
Today Premier Christy Clark was joined by the Honourable James Moore, Minister Responsible for British Columbia and Member of Parliament for Port Moody-Westwood-Port Coquitlam,
Remember the story we ran about the Breakfast Courier in Vancouver? Now there’s a night time food (or a number of other items) delivery service operating in Vancouver. Godzilla Cycling […]
The City of Vancouver has a billion dollar Downtown Eastside plan to improve the look and livability of Vancouver’s oldest neighbourhood, a neighbourhood that is already going through some intense […]
BC Ferries announced today that Seaspan’s Vancouver Shipyards of North Vancouver has been awarded the $15 million contract
According to Mayor Gregor Robertson, the UBC Subway line is of “national significance.” Now that claim may be a stretch, but the UBC Subway line is definitely of regional significance.
China Southern Airlines’ (CZ) can lay claim on being the first airline to fly daily Boeing 787 Dreamliner flights to Vancouver International Airport
The issue of the Seaside Greenway reared its ugly head again last week, when prominent millionaire Nelson Skalbania was given copious amounts of time and space in The Province and CBC […]