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The Coalition of Progressive Electors will have three indigenous women on the ballot for this year’s municipal election, a move that council candidate Audrey Siegl says is “making...
East Vancouver residents are continuing to voice their concerns about the distribution of advance polls for the municipal election in November. At a meeting on Powell Street today...
Winning photographers in the annual Hope in Shadows contest were recognized for their images today (October 8), as the 2015 calendar was launched in the Downtown Eastside. Among...
Vision Vancouver and the Non-Partisan Association both issued campaign promises to reduce costs for residents today, with Mayor Gregor Robertson pledging free swimming lesson...
Indigenous ethnobotanist, artist, and food security activist Cease Wyss is the newest candidate to join the Coalition of Progressive Electors’ slate for the November election....
The City of Vancouver is aiming to draw more voters to the polls this year with increased hours for casting advance ballots in the municipal election. But as the November 15...
Vancouver city council has confirmed that four arts groups will lease cultural amenity space in the Woodward’s building. In a vote Wednesday (October 1), council unanimously...
The architects of the new Vancouver Art Gallery planned for West Georgia and Cambie streets aim to emulate the incorporation of civic space that has made the current site an...
Lou-ann Ika’wega Neel comes from a long line of artists. One doesn’t have to look far to see the legacy of her relatives, including totem poles in Stanley Park and at UBC that...
According to former Vision Vancouver park board candidate Trish Kelly, an upcoming public forum tackling sexism in politics is about “holding a hope”. “I want to show that it can...

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