A personal trainer who worked at the West Vancouver Community Centre has been arrested in the United States and charged with first-degree murder in connection with a 25 year-old gang killing.
Panther Cheer's competitive program got the new year off to an impressive start at the ATC Pacific Starz Championships in Chilliwack last weekend.
The Brown family is just about unbeatable in the ring. Just ask Matt Brown, the proud dad of Jessy, 18, and Cody, 16.
The lawsuit filed on Monday by Charles Herrmann of the Seattle firm Herrmann Scholbe alleges the driver spent more time behind the wheel than allowed in the U.S.
As a jazz singer, what's more difficult: Hitting the high notes or telling people how to pronounce your name?
The Delta Pacers varsity boys basketball program is bringing in a couple of high profile instructors for one day development camps this fall.
T he tiny bungalow on East Kent Avenue is the most unassuming house on the block. Set well back from the road and partially obscured by trees, the simple, fourroom abode seems lost among its newer, million-dollar neighbours that overlook the north arm of the Fraser River flowing past the foot of Elliott Street. A stroll down the dead-end lane behind the house, reveals even less, because a wall of wild blackberry bushes protects the back yard from prying eyes. The only notable feature in the alley is a discarded, aluminum balcony railing positioned to discourage vehicles from parking in a small clearing. The scrap metal glimmers in the sun like a grinning set of braces, as if the property savours a secret, which it most certainly does.
The City of Burnaby would do better to form relationships with nearby cities instead of travelling to Asia and Arizona, according to a former city councillor.
I am far from a traffic engineer, transportation planner or anything of the sort, but humour me while I make my pitch to address the traffic headache that is the George Massey Tunnel these days.
A small group of demonstrators brought the Occupy movement to Ladner this week.
A volunteer with Friends of the Vancouver Public Library suspects the blue book bins scattered across the city are at least in part to blame for increasingly fewer donations to the non-profit organization, which raises funds for programs such as the VPL's Writer in Residence and Writing and Book Camp.
A human leg bone sticking out of a running shoe was found Tuesday in False Creek, marking the eighth severed foot to be found in B.C. in four years.
Last week charity bins located on Main Street between West 36th and West 37th avenues were surrounded by junk, including a discarded mattress and box spring and dozens of used books scattered below a blue "Books for Charity" bin, one of many located across the city.
Wesburn United FC may have surprised even themselves, winning the recent Seattle Xtreme Cup select soccer tournament in Washington.
Bligh is the chairwoman of the World Harp Congress host committee and she has been the key figure in bringing the World Harp Festival to Vancouver this summer. Bligh will readily admit that when she began the project she had no idea what she was getting herself into.
The entire west coast is getting an up close look at one of the most talented age group ever to come through the Richmond Youth Soccer Association.