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Not everyone can see what’s on Iani Makris’s Facebook page anymore. Not after political opponents took issue with some of its contents. “I’ve now blocked it off to the public,”...
Around summer last year, Vision Vancouver councillor Kerry Jang was getting scorched by critics. It was all about the term affordable housing, with Jang defining the words for...
Richmond mayor Malcolm Brodie cannot complain about the RCMP in his city. According to Brodie, citizens are happy with the service Mounties provide. But that doesn’t mean Richmond...
A think-tank that looks into demographic and economic issues has had enough of some of the talk around unoccupied homes in Vancouver. Noting that “with recent headlines...
Everyone is going to have to work harder to compensate for three weeks of class time missed during the B.C. teachers’ strike. “It’s certainly going to put pressure on teachers and...
Vancouver mayoral aspirants have offered mixed opinions about a blog site that suggests that a “wave of squatting” might spur municipal action on vacant homes. Kirk LaPointe of...
The Vancouver Cedar Party has lost one of its candidates for council. Lawyer Wesley Mussio withdrew from this year’s November municipal election because he disagreed with the...
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...

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