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A visit to City Hall from activists and homeless people camping in Oppenheimer Park has prompted the formation of a new committee to advocate for more senior-government support...
Former park board chair Ian Robertson has announced that he will run for city council with the Non-Partisan Association this November. Robertson was on the Vancouver park board...
A Marpole resident is questioning which funds Vancouver is considering dipping into if CP Rail agrees to sell the Arbutus Corridor land to the city at “fair market value”. In a...
The Great Lake Swimmers’ performances at the Vancouver Folk Music Festival this weekend launched a two-week tour stint that has the group right in their element. “I’m endlessly...
Saturday's headliner may have cancelled, but crowds had plenty of impressive music to take in throughout the second day of the Vancouver Folk Music Festival. The grass in front of...
Each night at the Vancouver Folk Music Festival when Jericho Beach begins to go dark and the final act takes the main stage, the annual lantern procession begins weaving its way...
The members of Brasstronaut have been keeping busy. The Vancouver act had a hectic touring schedule last year following the release of their record Mean Sun. And while they've...
The Vancouver Folk Music Festival Society has announced that Joan Baez will not be performing at this year's event due to a medical condition that has affected her voice. "We...
The first day of the Vancouver Folk Music Festival offered up a little something for every attendee, from the banjo-tinged indie-folk ballads of the Great Lake Swimmers, to the...
The crowd was on its feet for headliners Andrew Bird & the Hands of Glory as they wrapped up the first day of the Vancouver Folk Music Festival Friday. The set included songs...

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