A retired West Vancouver police constable has been found reportedly murdered in Mexico.Lynn Earle, 60, was apparently found stabbed to death in her home in Playa del Carmen, a popular town on Mexico’s Mayan Riviera.
A morning walk turned ugly for a labradoodle on Thursday after the dog’s mouth and paw were snared on fishing hooks that had been threaded through a chunk of bait.
IT wasn't a North Shore story when Toronto's controversial mayor was accused of inappropriate touching on March 7 by Sarah Thomson, a former mayoralty rival.
IT appears to be impossible to avoid attending inquest after inquest into the Great 2013 British Columbia Election.
Memorial Park is the place to be this weekend thanks to the annual Ladner Pioneer May Days festivities.
Along with pretty much everyone else - with the exception of a small B.C.
NORTH Vancouver residents could soon have a chance to directly address their mayors and top cop on policing matters in one sitting.
A North Vancouver man and former verifier for the Canadian Firearms Registry convicted of illegally dealing guns in 2010 has had his appeal of the case tossed out.
A group of parents from North Vancouver's Highlands elementary school are mounting a campaign to make sure their kids, along with the rest of the students in the North Vancouver school district, have some shelter from the storm.
They come at a huge cost, and traditionally only five per cent of voters even bother to show up.
Burnaby-Lougheed's recently elected MLA has broken her silence to set the record straight on her background.
Parents hoping the school bussing program can be saved have put forward a new proposal to the Delta school board.
The Brookswood Bobcats Grade 8 boys are the Fraser Valley Tier 2 rugby champions.
IF you're a registered voter in B.C. there's a 48 per cent chance you did not vote on election day. In 1983, 70 per cent of eligible British Columbians voted in the provincial election. In 2013, only 52 per cent of British Columbians voted. The B.C. Liberals snagged 58 per cent of the seats with 44 per cent of the votes. Does that disparity mean we should ditch first past the post and switch to proportional representation or a single transferable vote system? Or do we just need a better-informed electorate choosing from a higher calibre of candidate?
The Tsawwassen First Nation is rediscovering its rich culture and heritage.
The great thing about political punditry is the ability to be right and wrong at the same time and get away with it, which is why the pundits who were no better at predicting the outcome of the B.C. election shouldn't be expected to be any better at interpreting the results.
When Langley Mayor Peter Fassbender was elected as the Liberal MLA for Surrey-Fleetwood, he was quick to call out Burnaby Mayor Derek Corrigan as a hindrance to the province moving forward on transit issues.
Re: "Sullivan promises to be 'assertive' MLA," May 17.
Re: " Liberals harsh measures against poor forgotten," Letters May 17.