Vancouver Observer

Shaw takes on Netflix and Movie Central with its own Movie Club

Unlimited access to its offerings for $12 a month, communications giant says.

Energy ministers meet to forge national "approach" for Canada

Critics say we'll get an export policy, not a genuine energy policy.

Afghan translators for Canadian troops offered "fast-tracked" immigrant status

More than 500 workers who put themselves at risk will be moving to Canada, Ottawa says.

Body found in Lynn Creek identified as Yoo Chung Choi

The Vancouver Police have been advised that the body found on the evening of July 13th in the waters of Lynn Creek has been identified to be that of Yoo Chung Choi, reported missing June 17th. Ms....

Edible Canada at the Market opens

Last week the brand new Edible Canada at the Market officially opened its doors to the public. The 3,500 square foot culinary centre in the heart of Granville Island is home to a vibrant bistro and...

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part Two premiers midnight Thursday at Fifth Avenue Cinema

But the Fifth Avenue premier is already sold out, as are previews world wide. Vancouver's Harry Potter fans are waiting for The End, and the movie's breaking records even before its release.

Prime minister tries his acting chops -- again.

Harper plays a clueless cop in period-piece TV series "Murdoch Mysteries".

Jaw-dropping Whitecaps goal earns Hassli a Best Play nomination

Beautiful goal in beautiful game has had five million online hits.

He told you he'd be baaaaahck

Arnold Schwarzenegger breaks post-love-child vow to put acting career on hold. Yes, he's ahck-ting again.

"Terrorism studies centre" may be one Air India legacy

Inquiry into fatal bombing concludes that academic centre might boost public understanding of terrorism.