The Vancouver Lawn Bowling Club is celebrating its 101st anniversary with an open house April 27 at the clubhouse located above the rose garden at Queen Elizabeth Park.
Yelling, drinking, psychics, high heels, Texas drawls and tears pretty much sums up most of my trips to Las Vegas. But similar drama took place on the latest episode of The Real Housewives of Vancouver.
Is there an app?British Columbians are increasingly losing money to text messaging-related scams.
“Keep driving until you see something you can afford.” That’s how Chris Turner describes our approach to affordable market housing in North America. Young families trying to rent or buy a house in Vancouver know exactly what he means.
The BC Dairy association brought their traveling road show featuring Dairy Cows to Lynn Valley Elementary school.
Downtown..The Vancouver International Wine Festival, formerly known as the Vancouver Playhouse International Wine Festival..
Stuffed University Hill secondary enrolled additional students last spring because it was slated to move into a new, larger location this September.
Chinatown A 40-foot long “living” snake has taken over the Jade Water Pavilion at Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden, located at 578 Carrall St. The snake is alive — as in made up of organic materials including willow branches, which if all goes well will eventually sprout and take on an entirely different look by spring.
Black History Month launched at city hall Feb. 1 with music, poetry and dance in front of a standing-room only crowd gathered in council chambers.
We all have neighbours. But West Enders have more neighbours than almost anyone in Vancouver.
Granville Island...The eighth annual Winterruption festival takes place at various locations on Granville Island Feb. 22 to 24.
Jodie Siu has seen firsthand the gratitude of the dying and their loved ones for having hospice care in a central location across the street from Vancouver General Hospital.
ICBC needs to rethink its driver training to better protect cyclists and pedestrians, say local cycling organizations in response to recent collisions in Vancouver between cars and their less protected counterparts.
Vancouver Courier readers shared their favourite holiday moments prior to the Christmas festivities.
Founded as a temporary measure, food banks have become a permanent fixture in almost every community. Dedicated to providing food and related assistance to those in need, the Greater Vancouver Food Bank moves more than eight million pounds of food annually.
The Vancouver Park Board chair has told a group of Yaletown residents she’s happy to hear their concerns about a winter homeless shelter in their neighbourhood — as long as they stop using her father’s name.
Policy changes aimed to tighten up how Vancouver police deal with people claiming diplomatic immunity from arrest were met with more questions than answers from the Vancouver Police Board last week.
Vancouverites have a love-hate relationship with snow. It makes for beautiful photographs, but ugly driving conditions.
Police Chief Jim Chu refused to say Tuesday whether the Lower Mainland would be better served under a regional police force to prevent another serial killer like Robert Pickton from preying on women.