B.C.'s proposed foreigner tax to help fund Metro Vancouver housing projects

Housing initiatives for renters, low-income earners and first-time buyers are set to roll out in the fall, months before an election in which housing is sure to be a hot topic.

City kicks off Pride week with proclamation at new plaza

The Jim Deva Plaza is dedicated to the co-founder of Little Sister's Books and free speech and gay rights activist.

26th annual Celebration of Light kicks off this weekend

The show starts at 10 p.m. on Saturday, July 23.

Strangest Pokémon Go stops in Vancouver

Oh, the places you'll (Pokémon) go.

New data shows nuisance noise prompts growing complaints across Vancouver

More than half originated in just five of the city's 22 neighbourhoods, led by 421 complaints from the Yaletown and downtown area and 264 in the west end.

The history of Vancouver's Chinatown, documented in menus

There are many personal stories, community histories and transnational relationships peppered throughout the menus of Chinese restaurants.