It's been like no other year in our lifetime. Racial justice, a pandemic, the ouster of a sitting U.S. president, arts and culture on Zoom, and a stock market that sometimes appeared to be on steroids even as unemployment reached levels unseen in a generation—all of this, and more, unfolded in 2020.
Check out what our writers had to say about this in the articles below.
Real Estate Jan 4
Three of the deals were for spaces at the Vancouver House, a Westbank Corp. condo development.
Commentary Dec 28
Vancouver lawyer Sarah Leamon says Canada's highest court clarified the law around bail, impaired driving, and entrapment.
News Dec 28
Here’s a list of notable people who died in 2020, from authors and artists to musicians and athletes.
Food Notes Dec 26
Here's a list of more than 60 establishments that closed in the region in 2020.
Arts Features Dec 24
Despite the cancellation of so many live events, audiences still found plenty of reasons to applaud.
Style Features Dec 24
Bike shops, home furnishings, and vendors of video games also did well in 2020.
Commentary Dec 24
Are provincial and municipal governments truly taking into account the concerns of racial-justice advocates?
Finance Dec 24
Musk's stock split was bigger than Cook's.
News Features Dec 24
A petition in B.C. Supreme Court challenges John Horgan’s decision to call a snap election.
Health Features Dec 23
It’s the year we all wish didn’t happen. But it did—and what a year it was.
Music Dec 23
Remember what it was like gathering in a stadium to hear your favourite band?