The snowy conditions caught many Vancouverites by surprise, but backcountry skiers and snowboarders were well-equipped for this season's weather.
Just a year ago Kieran Lumb had no idea he was going to be competing in the IAAF World Cross Country Championships in Kampala, Uganda.
A former triathlete battling Lyme disease is one of the speakers at FEAT Canada, an evening of speeches for adventure seekers.
UBC's student union is asking for approval to sell off some of its prized $4 million art collection to reduce high insurance costs related to storing the pieces.
A Surrey parent has enrolled her children in a public school in Delta because she was concerned about overcrowding, drug dealers and the presence of gangsters at her neighbourhood school.
Richmond farmers say any new rules that limit the size of a new house on farmland should only apply to landowners who are not farming the land.
While many students at Langara College feel their political views can be shared openly on campus, few have enough time to get politically involved or put their views into action before they graduate.
Religious diversity can be a hot-button topic and with the multitude of different religions at Langara College, students say they feel secure expressing their faith and beliefs because of the range of diversity.
Students travel from around the world to get an education at Langara College and, with more than 80 countries represented by international students, cultural diversity shows up both in and outside of the classroom.
In the liberal city of Vancouver, on a secular college campus, religious student live their faith every day.