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Health-care workers concerned with changes to Canada’s Interim Federal Health Program protested in downtown Vancouver today (June 18) against cuts they say will have significant...
High levels of violence faced by women and girls, policing, and access to housing and water are among the indigenous issues the head of Amnesty International Canada calls this...
Vancouver city council voted unanimously today (June 13) to make the separated bike lanes on Dunsmuir and Hornby streets permanent. The vote followed presentations from...
Vancouver is expecting to launch a public bike-share system by spring 2013, city council heard today (June 13). The city’s transportation director Jerry Dobrovolny said the...
Two city-owned industrial warehouses are slated to be converted into artist studio space as part of a pilot program approved by Vancouver council today (June 12). The city...
A controversial West End tower proposal is back in city council chambers this week, as a public hearing takes place nearly two years after the project was put on hold. City...
The B.C. government has amended an archaeology permit for a controversial development site in Marpole to halt any further work in part of the area. But according to one of the...
Vancouver city councillor Geoff Meggs has confirmed he will seek a B.C. NDP nomination in the riding of Vancouver-Fairview. The councillor said he decided to throw his hat in...
A staff report going before Vancouver city council next week recommends making the separated bike lanes downtown permanent. The separated lanes on Dunsmuir Street, the Dunsmuir...
When Jonathan Krauth and Michelle Allan began filming music videos with local bands, the presence of their green couch starred as a reoccurring prop. The unique piece of...

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