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SkyTrain disruptions like the July 17 and 21 outages have happened in the past. Indeed, a report addressed this issue 21 years ago. That’s why Ron Stromberg, who was the one who...
Something’s happening in Vancouver’s traditional LGBT neighbourhood. “I’m noticing more gay couples are moving out of the West End,” realtor and same-sex wedding planner Darryl...
A mother’s love beats at the heart of the international support organization PFLAG, started in 1972 when Jeanne Manford marched with her son Morty in one of New York City’s...
As someone who disapproves of municipal political parties and who prefers wards over at-large voting, Jak King would love to see 10 independents on Vancouver council. Since that...
The reinstatement of Trish Kelly as a park board candidate is out of the question for Vision Vancouver. While there are suggestions in the community that Mayor Gregor Robertson’s...
A recent B.C. Supreme Court battle should serve as a caveat for relatives thinking of jointly buying property. This one pitted a daughter against her mother in connection with a...
Sophia Woo is almost certain to seek another term as a Vancouver school trustee. The same cannot be said for Ken Denike. Woo and Denike sit as independents. They were expelled...
The province is reviewing the price of its most important natural resource: water. It’s likely to increase water rates, with a new costing model expected next spring. The Greater...
The Straight today (July 18) asked representatives of civic parties in Vancouver about Mayor Gregor Robertson’s separation from his wife Amy. There were two questions asked on the...
At least they tried. After several meetings, phone conversations, and email exchanges that Bill McCreery, his The Electors Action Movement of the Lower Mainland Association, and...

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