When did resource extraction become a bad word in the province?
TO tell you the truth, I hadn't been happy with my golf game.
It's been less than a year since Rudy Pospisil returned from his 9,600 km cycling journey and already he's preparing for his next trip - this time heading across the Atlantic to bike his way through Europe.
IT'S 4: 20 p.m. on 4/20 in Whistler and the aroma wafting through the village is unmistakeable: Axe body spray with just a hint of beef jerky. It smells like a high school locker room, which is probably why my 15-year-old son Ryan doesn't seem to notice. Either that or he's carrying too much Axe and beef jerky to notice.
SHE was once the lead singer in an industrial rock band, MTV featured her in an episode of Cribs, but it has always been about specific kinds of music for singer-songwriter, Katie Rox.
ONE of B.C.'s most affluent areas, the mountainous West Vancouver-Sea to Sky territory has been a Liberal stronghold for more than two decades.
Two sports-minded people, one an athlete and one a sports builder, are being inducted into the Abbotsford Sports Hall of Fame on Saturday.
WITH longer days, warm evenings, and the sweet smell of spring, the weeknight compulsion to set up camp in front of the TV with a bottle of red is fading fast.
NORTH Vancouver native Manuel Osborne-Paradis won the national downhill title at the Sport Chek Alpine Canadian Championships in Whistler March 23, capping off a season that showed that his racing career is back to full speed after a few slow years.
Louisa Tsang of Burnaby led B.C. biathletes home with a total of 16 medals, including nine gold, four silver and three bronze from the Cadet National Championships, which wrapped up on March 8 at CFB Valcartier in Quebec.
The Central Fraser Valley Fiddlers are gearing up to host their 12th annual Fiddlerama, the best fiddle event around, Saturday at the Clarke Theatre in Mission.
White walls, a blue-coloured curved counter complete with stools, and a rainbow of syrups in glass bottles sit behind the doors of a sweet new business in Burnaby Heights.
I have a special place in my heart for Edgemont Village.
On March 7, more than 200 restaurants will donate 25 per cent of their total food sales from breakfast, lunch and dinner to A Loving Spoonful, which provides free, nutritious meals to people with HIV/AIDS, and Friends for Life, a non-profit agency that provides complementary therapies, such as massage, to people with a serious illness confined to their home.
THERE was a time when family après ski at Whistler meant getting back to the hotel for Bunny Pasta and SpongeBob Square Pants.
A new book by Langley's K. Jane Watt and painter Richard Cole will have young people wanting to pick up a paint brush.
The 5th Annual Rio Tinto Alcan Tyee Ski Cup took place on Grouse Mountain on the weekend of February 9-10.
NORTH Vancouver Olympic mountain biker Lesley Tomlinson is hoping to help a few North Shore kids follow her trail to cycling glory with a new program aimed at introducing talented young athletes to the sport.
ONE of these days North Vancouver's Chris Robanske will score a big snowboard cross victory without first suffering through a painful injury.