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OneCity’s goal to have its only candidate elected to Vancouver council has received a boost. The influential Vancouver and District Labour Council has included OneCity’s Rafael “...
Melanie Antweiler heard the news when her alarm-clock radio went off Tuesday morning. It was sometime after negotiators for the B.C. Teachers’ Federation and the B.C. Public...
In August, a total of 459 homes sold in three areas of Surrey: namely, Central Surrey, Cloverdale, and North Surrey, according to the Fraser Valley Real Estate Board. This doesn’t...
Babak Nikraftar is watching what’s going on in the Middle East. As a Canadian of Kurdish origin, the 35-year-old property development manager is naturally drawn to events in the...
This summer, we have a few more reasons to be thankful to be living in Vancouver. We’re on the other side of the world from Ukraine and Syria, where they still haven’t figured out...
Vancouver’s tony St. George’s School wants an upgrade. St. George’s has embarked on what headmaster Tom Matthews and board chair Lesley Bentley described in a joint statement as...
Jonathan Cote’s pedometer counts more than 200,000 strides that he has taken so far in his campaign to become the next mayor of New Westminster. “I’ve already been to a lot of...
Not surprisingly, residents in areas well served by public transit drive less. Driving less means fewer greenhouse-gas (GHG) emissions, which is good for a warming planet. But...
Vancouver school board trustee Ken Denike says classrooms have to open soon, especially if the province and striking teachers can’t sort out their issues more than two weeks into...
On August 22, one of the most outspoken activists in Vancouver officially announced that she was seeking a nomination with the left-leaning Coalition of Progressive Electors....

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