COPE's Ellen Woodsworth braces for political winter, next steps

Will the former councillor run in 2014? Will she even have a home? We get up close.

Homeless shelter clients, staff 'frustrated' with city enforcement

Homeless shelter asks: No room at the inn for Mary and Joseph?

Ruling expected Friday in Occupy Vancouver injunction hearings

Arguments address the protest's impact on other events, possible damage to art, and the homeless population at camp.

No resolution yet in Occupy Vancouver hearings

City lawyers now seeking an injunction on grounds of trespassing, protesters arguing against removal of tents that house the homeless.

Occupy Vancouver affordable housing march decries rising prices, condominium developers

Nearly 150 demonstrators from Occupy Vancouver held a protest for affordable housing Saturday, protesting upscale developments they said are causing rising prices.

Remembrance Day, poppy thief and helicopter crash top Canadian headlines

Unruly behaviour at Toronto Remembrance Day ceremony, a helicopter crash in Hawaii, poppy thief discovered to be the son of a veterans group president, Quebec provincial cop arrested, Bay of Fundy...

Homeless vets in Calgary could be in renovated apartments by Christmas

CALGARY – Homeless veterans in Calgary will soon have a place to call home. The Calgary Homeless Foundation purchased a 16-unit building in southwest Calgary with funding from the Alberta government...

Mayor Gregor Robertson explainer

A backgrounder on incumbent mayor Gregor Robertson and his position on key election issues.

#Occupy disrupts mayoral debate

Host Reverend Gary Paterson sings hymn to calm crowd.

New study shows Vancouver residents are satisfied with economy, overall quality of life

A new poll from Justason Market Intelligence shows that 77 per cent of Metro Vancouver residents are satisfied with the economy, and most are happy with their overall quality of life.