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Halloween SkyTrain Party returns for 2017

Halloween SkyTrain Party returns for 2017

Ghosts and ghouls, take note: Vancouver's Halloween SkyTrain Party has risen from the dead for 2017.
Burrard Bridge will have original 1930s lighting restored

Burrard Bridge will have original 1930s lighting restored

Vancouver's Burrard Bridge has finally re-opened after undergoing a lengthly refurbishment, and the next step is to turn on the lights as they once were decades ago.
Richmond group celebrates plan to reduce compost stench

Richmond group celebrates plan to reduce compost stench

Metro-Harvest Power contract expires in 2019
Mayor Robertson declares 'The Rock' Day in Vancouver

Mayor Robertson declares 'The Rock' Day in Vancouver

Vancouver honours Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson for his...fanny pack?!
VGH roadwork starts in late November

VGH roadwork starts in late November

Numerous challenges involved in finding a balance between patients, access, cyclists, ambulances and parking
Bandits in luxury cars stealing pumpkins in Richmond

Bandits in luxury cars stealing pumpkins in Richmond

Farmer puts up fence to stop drivers of BMWs and Mercedes vehicles from stealing his crop
4 events that challenge global issues at Vancouver Writers Fest

4 events that challenge global issues at Vancouver Writers Fest

There’s no shortage of news stories about our increasingly fraught yet interconnected world.
3 Vancouver spots among this year's Great Places in Canada

3 Vancouver spots among this year's Great Places in Canada

Here are the three "Great Places in Canada" finalists from Metro Vancouver for 2017.
12 of the best ways to spend a rainy day in Vancouver

12 of the best ways to spend a rainy day in Vancouver

As you’ve probably seen, heard or felt, we’re officially in #raincouver mode.
Out-of-town homebuyers have driven Vancouver prices up 5-10%: UBC study

Out-of-town homebuyers have driven Vancouver prices up 5-10%: UBC study

Shutterstock Purchases of homes across Greater Vancouver by those from outside the region have driven up both home prices and rents by 5-10%, according to a joint UBC Sauder School of Business-New York University study, Out-of-Town Home Buyers and Ci