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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...
A new report from the RCMP indicates the number of missing and murdered indigenous women across the country is much higher than previous estimates. Numbers released today by the...
A public memorial will be held Friday (May 16) for Downtown Eastside poet and activist Bud Osborn. The event will take place in the 100 block of East Hastings Street, outside...
Vancouver's governing party appears set to acclaim its sole new candidate for city council at a nomination meeting next month. While outgoing Vision Vancouver park board...
The United Nations special rapporteur on the rights of indigenous peoples is urging Canada to launch a national inquiry on missing and murdered aboriginal women. The action is...
Vancouver mayor Gregor Robertson says the city plans to be in “frequent contact” with CP Rail as the company considers its options for the Arbutus corridor. Workers with CP have...
Vancouver is launching a new program aimed at providing easier access to city services. The “pop-up“ city hall program, which will be offered at 11 locations in South and East...

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