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Parents and students rallied outside B.C. Premier Christy Clark’s constituency office today (March 5) on the first day of a three-day teachers' strike. Demonstrators brought...
Thirteen single room occupancy hotels in the Downtown Eastside will be renovated through a public-private partnership announced by the provincial and federal governments today (...
City council is set to vote next week on adopting Vancouver’s 2012 operating budget, following a public meeting Wednesday night (February 29) on the issue. About a dozen people...
Metro Vancouver’s homeless population consists of an increased number of youth, families and females, according to a 24-hour count conducted in March 2011. The final report...
Recent amendments to B.C. liquor-licensing regulations have left operators of some independent movie theatres in limbo. Mike and Naz Jamshedian, the owners of Denman Cinemas...
Proposed amendments to public hearing procedures going before city council next week have one city hall watchdog concerned about what he says could result in a negative impact on...
NDP arts and culture critic Spencer Chandra Herbert is raising concerns about revised liquor licence regulations that he says create additional problems for some movie theatre...
Canadian students should be educated on the impacts of the residential school system, which constituted an “assault” on aboriginal children, their families and their culture, the...
A group of demonstrators gathered outside the River Rock Casino this evening in protest against three controversial pieces of legislation. Activists held signs protesting...
A national inquiry into the issue of missing and murdered aboriginal women was among the actions urged during the first day of an Assembly of First Nations justice forum in...

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