Supreme Court to rule on Charter right to raise climate change in NEB hearings

The proposed $5.4-billion Trans Mountain expansion would twin the pipeline and triple the capacity for Alberta oil intended for Asian markets.
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Trophy hunting: If you can't win one, you can shoot one

Trophy hunting's not just for dentists. NHL players Clayton Stoner and former Vancouver Canuck David Booth are part of the killing spree.

Pigeon park street market moving east to safer grounds, with city's blessing

Despite the optics, the street market has a policy against selling stolen goods and instead tries to encourage the sale of found refurbished and recycled items and handmade goods.

SURVEY SAYS: Most of us are battling the water hog reputation

There is a strong appetite across the province to implement larger fines for people who decide to ignore the water restrictions — Mario Canseco

Transgender rights issue flying high during this year's Vancouver Pride Week

Pride Week is underway, including an unsanctioned protest, comedy fest, parade and substance-free party.

ALL THE LONELY PEOPLE: It's not easy to make friends in Vancouver

Studies show that one in four Metro Vancouver residents is socially-isolated. A local man is trying to fix that.

Vancouver could host spectacular whale sanctuary, says expert

A whale born in captivity should live in an ocean pen and not be trained to perform tricks, says Lori Marino.

Premier Clark's claims of thousands of LNG jobs 'grossly overstated' — CCPA report

Majority of LNG-based jobs will be short-term construction positions, says CCPA senior economist.

URBAN GARDENING: Why mulching those veggies is a must in a drought

Mulch is one of our most powerful tools to save water during Vancouver's tight watering restrictions.

Conflict escalates as LNG pushes Unist'ot'en for land access

'We're blocking pipelines; we're not blocking everyone,' says Unist’ot’en Camp spokesperson Freda Huson.

Tim Hortons puts Tims TV under review following Enbridge ad controversy

The conflict showed the potential dangers of a brand as recognizable as Tim Hortons selling ad space to companies that could anger its customers.

Wake up to your wasteful water use, Vancouver — expert

Serious water restrictions may seem like a freak occurrence but it's time to get used to turning off the taps.