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Vancouver city council passed a motion today (January 17) asking PavCo for a “clear action plan” to bring three digital signs at B.C. Place into compliance with city bylaws. “...
The Vancouver School Board passed a motion Monday (January 16) to re-affirm its support for the district’s anti-homophobia policy, as it voted to censure two NPA trustees for...
A motion going to city council next week proposes the creation of an online database that would allow renters to search Vancouver’s records on rental buildings. The online,...
As he approaches the end of his first week of living on the provincial welfare rate, B.C. MLA Jagrup Brar has already experienced a few surprises and challenges. “Living on $...
Chief Robert Joseph was just two weeks shy of his seventh birthday when he was sent to residential school in Alert Bay, off of northern Vancouver Island. The 72-year-old, who is a...
First United Church is set to close its doors at the end of March 2012 to the over 200 homeless people that use the space as an overnight refuge. The announcement was made...
This was the year that the curtain started coming down on denial. This applied not only to the most serious issues facing humanity, but also to some of the more mundane. In...
Non-Partisan Association councillor George Affleck says if the city had pursued an injunction “right out of the gate” against the Occupy Vancouver encampment, Vancouver...
Vancouver police recommended 52 charges against 20 suspects today (December 19) in relation to the June 15 Stanley Cup riot. To date, a total of 215 charges against 80...
Vancouver mayor Gregor Robertson made his debut as a DJ Saturday night, as part of the third anniversary party of club night Glory Days at the Biltmore Cabaret. The mayor's set...

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