I couldn't really see the spider web until I downloaded the photos and I've changed the exposure a bit so that the spider web is more visible.
I'm not a spider expert but it looks like this one is called Araneus diadematus or a Cross Spider. The cross spider is sandy brown to burnt orange with pale spots in a cross shape on its large abdomen. The cross spider is an orb-web spider known for constructing enormous circular webs to catch prey like ﬂies and mosquitoes. They inhabit gardens, hedgerows, meadows and woodlands, and are often found in rural areas of BC including buildings with exterior lighting. (Source Terminix Canada).
This spider and possibly other spiders have been spinning webs in the garden like crazy this summer and there have been various kinds of spiders in the house too. I've seen a lot of cobwebs in the garden but this is the first time I've watched the spider in action. I didn't disturb it but I've read that a female cross spider can lay 300 to 900 eggs.