The Vancouver Aquarium is presenting a new exhibit that will allow visitors to get up close and personal with thousands of jellyfish - without the need of anyone urinating on them as a result.
It's been more than 11 years since the first New Westminster's DiverseCity Multicultural Festival, and with a decade of celebrating the city's diversity behind us, it's time to ask just how diverse is New Westminster? According to John Stark - senior social planner for city - it's very diverse.
Every living being on this planet and not just the residents of New Westminster, Surrey, Delta and White Rock should take heed of this new Fraser Surrey dock site for coal. This low grade coal originates in the eastern United States, the world's biggest producer of coal, but strong opposition from Washington and Oregon to build a coal port in those states has shifted their attention to B.C., because regulations and environmental concerns here are more lax.
Predictions can be dangerous, but there's one we're pretty confident making: whichever party won Tuesday's election - a couple of hours after this page went to press - they'll be blamed for something they have little control over, a downturn in the economy.
The number of Sikhs in the Abbotsford area has almost doubled in the past 10 years, confirming its place as a major hub for citizens of Punjabi descent, according to 2011 Statistics Canada data released on Wednesday.
Answer: I'm Shian Gu, Liberal candidate for Burnaby-Deer Lake.
Gary Law said the colour purple on his campaign signage says it all.
Frank Huang, the BC NDP's candidate for Richmond-Centre, said that as a newspaper editor he is used to having his finger on the pulse of the community.
The weightlifting team from Brookswood Secondary has taken the term "girl power" to heart.
"When customers ask why we mostly have English on our signs and merchandise, we always tell them the same thing; we're in Canada."
It makes no business sense to spend money, time and energy attracting customers who wouldn't be interested in your core product.
Theatre BC North Shore Zone Festival of Plays, May 6-11, 8 p.m. nightly at Presentation House Theatre. Tickets: $20/$18 for individual performances; $108/$90 for weekly passes, available at phtheatre.org or 604-990-3474.
When it comes to promoting your business in both Chinese and English, it's a simple case of numbers.
There's no denying that the Burnaby-Edmonds riding is one of the most diverse in the city, if not the province, with a vastly developing infrastructure to keep up with the changing needs of its populace.
Trevor Carolan's March 31 column, Wanted: New Ideas in Pipeline Debate states: "Kinder Morgan had a serious leak and an oil tanker spill near Burnaby in 2007 and 2009."
SUCCESS has announced it will assist the Canadian Red Cross in collecting donations to help victims suffering from the recent devastating quake in Ya'an, Sichuan, Southwest China, at it's Tri-Cities, Richmond and Vancouver locations through May 24.
When did resource extraction become a bad word in the province?
Actual debate between local provincial election candidates is rare, but it was a refreshing part of Tuesday evening's meeting hosted by the WaterWealth Project.
I wonder how many readers noticed the difference paid to three simultaneous, calamitous events.