After the Paris attacks, connecting with each other and ourselves

Speaking with those in Paris during the attacks and a friend from the Middle East — give human context to a terrible event.
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Burnaby loses Trans Mountain court battle, ordered to pay company's costs

Justice George Macintosh said in a ruling posted online Monday that the National Energy Board has the constitutional power to direct or limit the enforcement of Burnaby's bylaws.

Human-rights complaint to be launched against the University of British Columbia

Glynnis Kirchmeier says she approached school administrators on multiple occasions after observing instances of alleged sexual misconduct by a fellow student.

Vancouver mining executives trapped in their rooms as gunmen stormed Mali hotel

Employees of mining company B2Gold Corp. were trapped in their hotel rooms in Bamako for seven hours as Islamist terrorists stormed the building.

Vancouver NYE Celebration Society preparing for year-end bash

NYE revellers can enjoy live music and a fireworks display over Burrard Inlet.

Mayor Robertson welcomes refugees with open arms

Canada's warm welcome to refugees stands in stark contrast to Republican xenophobia south of the border.

The Hunger Games end right, Brooklyn is sweet, Seth Rogen’s Christmas movie is a hoot

There are also two fine BC documentaries and two sub-standard films from some very big stars.

Investigation: harrowing scenes from B.C.'s mink and fox fur farms

SPECIAL REPORT: The laws have left the animals behind and animal welfare advocates are calling for a change.