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Vancouver has approved four grants to local cultural groups as part of a community amenity contribution stemming from the Rize Alliance development at Broadway and Kingsway. The $...
Non-Partisan Association councillor George Affleck says he decided about a month ago not to throw his hat in the ring as an NPA mayoral candidate. “I pulled my name out of the...
Tenants in the Clifton Hotel on Granville Street are disputing eviction notices asking them to vacate the SRO building by the end of this month. Jean Swanson with the Carnegie...
An event organized to protest cuts to English language training drew hundreds of students and teachers to Vancouver Community College today (June 3). Karen Shortt, the president...
The Coalition of Progressive Electors is gearing up for the 2014 civic election by encouraging party members and supporters to seek nominations for city council, park board and...
Every year since her daughter Stephanie Lane’s death, Michele Pineault has marked her birthday in some way. Often, she would come to CRAB Park with Lane’s son, now 18, who was...
Vancouver city council voted unanimously today (May 27) to take steps toward an official apology for historical discrimination against people of Chinese descent. The motion...
A motion is set to go before Vancouver city council next week calling for the consideration of an apology for historical municipal policies that discriminated against people of...
Pemberton Music Festival has expanded to include two days of additional performances leading up to the July 18-20 event. On Wednesday, July 16 starting at 4:30 p.m., Gord Downie,...
Tenants are expected to begin moving in by the end of this month to the newest of 14 supportive-housing projects planned for the city. The Kettle on Burrard, operated by the...

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