The Independent Investigations Office announced May 17 that it has cleared a VPD officer of any wrongdoing in the shooting death of Christopher Ray on Oct. 29, 2012.
Collaboration has become huge in the fashion industry. It’s not always about what you can achieve on your own anymore.
A prominent ballet company is scrambling to find a location for its annual production of the Nutcracker after its contract was cancelled with the Centre in Vancouver for Performing Arts.
Around 100 Vancouver teams will participate in the 29th annual World Partnership Walk to raise funds and awareness to end global poverty. The walk, which partners the Canadian International Development Agency with the Aga Khan Foundation (AKFC), starts at Lumbermen’s Arch in Stanley Park May 26.
A Grandview-Woodland neighbourhood group says it is appalled that a deliberately set fire to a house under construction on East First Avenue could be the work of anarchists battling gentrification.
It seems that even with the high number of single people in North America, the search for love is still on. Just because people aren’t getting into relationships doesn’t mean that they’re not looking for it.
About a month ago, I did something I never thought I would do. I traded in the beloved, battered hardtail downhill bike that I’ve used as my daily commuter for the past three years and took home a hybrid.
The vintage rugby jersey, maroon short shorts and basketball pinnes from the past five decades are popular again at Hamber secondary, which celebrates its 50th anniversary all week.
PNE...Artists, inventors, builders, crafters, scientists, engineers and farmers are invited to take part in the third annual Vancouver Mini Maker Faire, a celebration of do-it-yourself culture.
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Chairs Alexa Baughen and Sarah Wood welcomed 500 well-heeled guests to the 17th Daffodil Ball, one of Vanhattan's premiere parties. 2013 marked the 75th anniversary of the Canadian Cancer Society, presenter and beneficiary of the $500-a-ticket black-tie ball.
Every once in a while audiences need a reminder that Matthew McConaughey can do more than take his shirt off (you heard me, Magic Mike fans). Jeff Nichols' Mud announces it loud and clear.
Artists, inventors, builders, crafters, scientists, engineers and farmers are invited to take part in the third annual Vancouver Mini Maker Faire, a celebration of do-it-yourself culture.
The city's outdoor pools and beaches open this Victoria Day weekend. Beginning May 18, the heated seaside pools at Kitsilano Beach Park, Second Beach, Stanley Park and New Brighton Park will open. The outdoor pool at Hillcrest Aquatic Centre next to Nat Bailey Stadium also opens that day. Maple Grove Pool, at 6875 Yew St., opens June 22. Vancouver's outdoor pools operate from this Saturday through the Labour Day weekend and even later, depending on the weather. Lifeguards patrol the park board's supervised beaches daily from 11: 30 a.m. to 8: 30 p.m., except when the red light is on at the Lifeguard Station. Vancouver has 10 supervised ocean beaches that stretch 18 kilometres around Burrard Inlet and English Bay. Trout Lake Beach at John Hendry Park is the city's only supervised freshwater beach.
A free lecture on the history of the development of Quantum Mechanics
Re: "20 reasons why I am not voting Liberal," May 10.
To the editor: -- Re: "Changes coming to Pt. Grey Road," May 3.
I remember how the addiction began. In my late teens I signed up for a sociology course to top up a liberal arts semester in college. I recall two instructors; a woman who stood front of the class reading from Time magazine, and some guy from Kenya whose voice broke into a falsetto whenever he got worked up about class divisions.
To the editor: -- Re: "City worker alleges privacy breach," May 1.