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Branford Marsalis Quartet

Branford Marsalis Quartet blends frontline and classic repertoire

Jazz giant's first-ever performance at the Chan Centre

At Science of Cocktails, partygoers enjoy oddball alcoholic drinks for a good cause

Alcohol combined with educational games makes for a party like no other. At Science of Cocktails, more than thousand people packed into the TELUS World of Science for an evening of drinking,...

Climate activists lock themselves to door of Vancouver National Energy Board office

Some 25 activists led by 350Vancouver marched through the downtown core up to the regional office of the National Energy Board, where they presented a “People’s Injunction” notice. The...

A fund to combat housing unaffordability in B.C.

Experts ask the provincial government to create a B.C. Housing Affordability Fund

Canada to host 24th Asia-Pacific Parliamentary Forum in Vancouver

International summit in Vancouver will include first-ever Meeting of Women Parliamentarians from nearly 30 Pacific region nations, who will discuss trade, security, and regional co-operation.

Two thousand backpacks for Syrian and Canadian children

Syrian refugee children and low-income Canadian children living in the Lower Mainland will be fully equipped for the 2016 school year. At least that’s Jenny Kwan’s holiday wish. The Immigration,...

Eastern Canadian ski resorts wait for the white stuff as it piles up out west

Heavy snowfall is being welcomed at Mount Washington on Vancouver Island, which was forced to close early the past two seasons due to lack of snow.

Evolving B.C. tech startups threaten to disrupt 'dinosaur' industries

Tech companies are challenging old methods of doing business, and they're out to "disrupt" everything from travel to agriculture to financial services.

Canadian cities to tame downtown white elephants of 'wrong-headed planning'

The City of Vancouver voted last month to tear down the Georgia Viaduct while discussion continues over construction of a new street network below it.