For street-embedded people, heavy snow can mean leaving shopping carts full of personal possessions behind.
Travels through the city from the streets and alleys on the chilliest day of the year.
Hopefully, the slushy snow on the side streets and alleys will have time to fully sublimate before the temperature falls tonight.
Meanwhile, the Blenz Coffee is up for sale and the storefront on the northwest corner of Granville and Broadway has been empty for a year.
Stanley Q. Woodvine stubbornly resorts to his intermittent tradition of a rhyming blog post to describe some of the gifts he received Christmas morning.
It continues to be one of British Columbia’s most significant antipoverty programs, though it's not often seen that way.
The fire trucks were joined by an B.C. Hydro bucket truck and an ambulance.
Hasn’t the homeless camp in the Downtown Eastside actually proven to be one of the safest places in the area?
Did PCI Developments negotiate a bargain near the corner of West Broadway and Granville?
City council hasn't even voted on the matter, but that didn't stop a yellow-vested worker from hassling a homeless person.
The Royal Bank sign has been pulled down at the corner of Broadway and Granville.
In an era when both individuals and enterprises are mindful of opportunities to advertise their moral values to others, salting sidewalks has to be one of the few kinds of so-called “virtue signalling” that building owners and their custodians, can engage in.