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Former Vancouver councillor Tim Louis has raised a couple of questions in connection with Chevron Canada’s $17.4-million fuel-supply contract with the city. Both concern Marcella...
Signs bearing only Chinese-language text aren’t that numerous in Richmond, where almost half the population is Chinese. Yet, as Coun. Chak Au noted in a phone interview with the...
The woman identified only as Jessica cares a lot about her clients. Her eyes glowed behind the mask she wore when she talked about them. Two are in their 80s. “One of them, I have...
Transit casts a spotlight on the deportation of Israel-born children of foreign workers in the Jewish state. Told from the perspective of Philippines migrants, the Filipino-made...
A COPE council will “red circle” the budget of the Vancouver Police Department. “That means we’re freezing it,” Tim Louis of the Coalition of Progressive Electors explained in a...
Neighbourhoods for a Sustainable Vancouver is recommending a “strategic slate for change to reclaim democracy at City Hall”. The group is suggesting that voters choose for mayor...
Since the 1970s, Nicholson Tower has provided low-cost housing for seniors in Vancouver’s West End. With B.C. Housing selling the place, there’s worry that about half of its homes...
Vision Vancouver has sought to score points about the supposed delay in the release of the platform of its main challenger, the Non-Partisan Association. The ruling party was at...
New Westminster mayor Wayne Wright says that if it were just a “one-on-one” contest between him and his main challenger, he’d consider Coun. Jonathan Cote the underdog in the...
The ghost of Little Mountain looms large over residents of a social-housing complex in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside. Tenants at Stamps Place fear that they might be displaced, as...

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