Downtown Eastside organizers will rally at Vancouver’s City Hall again today against Sequel 138, condos proposed at the heart of Canada’s poorest urban neighbourhood, which are being voted on at 3 pm.
The federal budget continues Canada’s legacy of paternalism towards Indigenous peoples. The Left Coast Post talks to former NDP contender Romeo Saganash.
Since the Conservative election fraud scandal broke, everyone is outraged. But the Left Coast Post looks at a pattern of dangerous words and actions from our government — and what we can do about it.
Thousands of people marched yesterday in honour of missing and murdered women, with memorial events across Canada. The Left Coast Post spoke to Vancouver counsellor Carol Martin.
A B.C. journalist faced death threats in Mexico after blowing the whistle on corruption. Will Canada now deport her? The Left Coast Post investigates.
Is there a link between the tar sands pipelines, the premiers’ health conference, and Indigenous rights? The Left Coast Post sat down with Indigenous advocates in Victoria.
One year ago, a 27-year-old fruit vendor died to spark a global uprising. The Left Coast Post looks back on the struggles that marked 2011.
In an exclusive interview, the leader of the NDP in British Columbia discusses the BC Liberals, voters, issues of importance — and the strategy taking them to the provincial election in 2013.
Nearly a month since Vancouver’s Coalition of Progressive Electors (COPE) were evicted from City Hall (but for Allan Wong’s single school board seat) in the November 19 elections, many on the Left are grappling with COPE’s loss.
The Left Coast Post looks beyond the election: can you back Vision Vancouver and not back gentrification?