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Green party candidate Adriane Carr is proposing a new solution aimed at resolving controversy around Vancouver’s bike lanes. Carr said she wants to see the city’s bike lane...
The deadline for the final report of the B.C. missing women inquiry has been extended by six months, Attorney General Shirley Bond said today (October 28). The extension was...
B.C. MLA Spencer Chandra Herbert is seeking to change a provincial liquor law that he says hasn’t been updated since the prohibition era. Herbert, the NDP critic for tourism,...
Non-Partisan Association park board candidate Jason Upton wants to see boat and bike rental services offered at various parks in Vancouver. Upton said he wants to see boat...
Canada’s privacy commissioner has written a letter to the federal public safety minister outlining her “deep concerns” about potential online surveillance legislation. In a...
The owner of the Rio Theatre has cleared a major hurdle in the path to revamping the cinema as a multimedia concert venue, but provincial liquor laws may prove to be another...
Candidates from all municipal parties attended one of the first of several community election events Monday (October 24), organized by the False Creek Residents’ Association....
Vision Vancouver today released a campaign pledge to create 10,000 square feet of new studio space for artists if re-elected on November 19. City councillor Heather Deal, who...
The Vancouver Police Department spent an estimated $390,000 policing Occupy Vancouver during the first few days of the protests, according to a news release issued by the city...
The efforts of local activists to end homophobic bullying were recognized during a proclamation read at city hall by Vancouver mayor Gregor Robertson today (October 20). In...

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