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Some of Vancouver's lesser-known candidates are voicing their support for each other in a bid to draw votes away from the city’s largest political parties. At a news conference...
Vision Vancouver says if reelected, it will double the size of the Vancouver School Board’s breakfast programs. Currently, 650 students at 12 different schools have access to the...
Students are expected to be back in class for a full day of school by Tuesday if teachers ratify a tentative labour agreement, according to the chair of the Vancouver School Board...
A proposal for “people-centered” city planning and the adoption of a standard definition of housing affordability are some of the policies outlined in a full election platform...
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...
B.C. Teachers’ Federation president Jim Iker says the union’s executive is recommending that its members vote in favour of a tentative agreement reached early this morning. At a...
Premier Christy Clark is calling the tentative deal reached in the B.C. teachers strike a "historic" six-year agreement. “This has never been done before in British Columbia’s...
A tentative deal has been reached in the B.C. teachers' strike, mediator Vince Ready announced this morning.  The B.C. Teachers' Federation and the B.C. Public School Employers'...
The owner of a West End building is refuting allegations that his tenants are facing an illegal 30-percent rent increase, following a press conference this week when residents...
Talks between the City of Vancouver and CP Rail about the future of the Arbutus railway corridor have broken down. At a press conference near the corridor in Kitsilano today (...

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