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The chair of the park board has said that the city has no intention of backing down in response to a court challenge launched by the Vancouver Aquarium. “At the end of the day,...
Donald Allison has helped low-income earners find affordable housing in Vancouver for more than 25 years. He told the Georgia Straight he never thought he would need the same kind...
Nearly one year has passed since Vancouver police chief Jim Chu stood alongside Mayor Gregor Robertson and called attention to the increasing frequency with which officers are the...
Not too long ago, promoter Natasha Lands and friends were hanging out and brainstorming how they would throw their ideal party. That event would involve a Sega Dreamcast, they...
The Vancouver aquarium has announced it will mount a legal challenge against the park board. At an August 27 press conference, CEO John Nightingale said the organization will...
The B.C. Ministry of Health is refusing to answer questions about what mistakes it admits it made in the firing of a senior researcher in September 2012. According to an August 25...
One afternoon in early August, the Georgia Straight found 78-year-old Earl Muldon in a modest woodshop behind his family’s home in the northwestern B.C. town of Hazelton. Muldon,...
In federal prisons across Canada, inmates are at a greater risk of violence than they were 10 years ago. As the Straight reported in July, statistics obtained through a freedom of...
Vancouver’s best-looking summer picnic is officially underway in Yaletown. For its third year on the West Coast, Dîner en Blanc is happening in David Lam Park at the east end of...
The 2014 waitlist for Dîner en Blanc invitations is more than 30,000 names long. That means there’s a whole lot of people in Vancouver who are more than a little disappointed they...

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