BC NDP Leader Adrian Dix has called planned changes to the Agricultural Land Reserve “very disappointing.”
On the heels of retailer Pirate Joe’s U.S. court victory against health food giant Trader Joe’s, owner Michael Hallatt has set course for another bounty — a healthier riff on a popular fast food chain.
As do-it-yourself hobbies become increasingly popular, one Vancouver man has gone to an extreme — he’s built a cheese-aging cave in his garden.
Sheep farmers across the Lower Mainland are watching their flocks a little more closely after six sheep were reported stolen from a temporary pen in Richmond Tuesday.
Vancouver police have opened a new rooftop vegetable garden to help officers reduce stress.
The owner of a Kitsilano store that re-sells groceries from U.S. chain Trader Joe’s has fired back in a legal battle with the American health food giant.
FarmFolk CityFolk is a celebration of ‘everything agriculture.’
Vancouver’s housing crisis worsened in the Downtown Eastside in the past year, according to a report released yesterday by an activist housing group, with fewer and fewer Single Resident Occupancy (SROS) rentals within reach of many residents’ budgets.
In the wake of Bill C-38′s budgetary gutting of the environmental review process, indigenous fisheries experts in Canada are decrying their exclusion from a new federal panel for anglers and hunters.
At Stó:lō ceremony, talk of waning Fraser River sockeye returns and political clashes with some commercial fishers.