Vancouver

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.

Federal banking regulator steps up supervision of mortgage underwriting

The central bank said the severity of the risks associated with a sharp correction in real estate prices in Vancouver and Toronto as well as from household financial stress have risen.

A look beyond his books: Dr. Seuss secret artwork displays author's private mind

More than 40 reproductions spanning 50 years of Geisel’s unknown artistry will be unveiled to the Canadian public for the first time on Monday at a gallery in Vancouver.

Why cyclists are stoked about Evo's expansion to North Van and Burnaby

Good news — Evo Car Share has expanded its boundaries to include North Vancouver, Metrotown, Capilano University, SFU and BCIT.

Anti-robot project explores human relationship with technology in AI future

Engineers and fabricators are building a two−storey tall, 3.5 tonne racing robot with four steel legs and a massive battery pack in its belly. But this robot won't be autonomous. It needs a pilot.

Trudeau warns housing solution in Vancouver could hurt markets elsewhere

A direct admission from the PM: overseas money is playing a role in fuelling superheated markets such as Vancouver, where the average price of a single-family detached home is $1.5 million.

Canadian Real Estate Association says home sales down month-over-month

Canadian home sales started off the year at a torrid pace, fuelled by Vancouver and Toronto, but the Canadian Real Estate Association says sales in the country’s hottest markets are...

Japan gives kudos to king of Vancouver sushi kitchen, chef Hidekazu Tojo

When Hidekazu Tojo began preparing sushi at a modest Japanese restaurant in Vancouver 45 years ago, customers were squeamish about eating raw fish wrapped in seaweed. So the 21−year−old...
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Former seniors care facility in Victoria to become housing for the homeless

The purchase comes as the province heads to B.C. Supreme Court in its second attempt to evict the 80 to 100 people who have been camping on the grounds of the Victoria courthouse since last year.