Tyee Solutions Society explored one of the country’s most audacious, if now long-forgotten, experiments in social and urban engineering.
A deal that made Vancouver’s urban housing experiment possible now clouds its future. Last in a series.
Decades ago, three levels of gov’t agreed to build something a little crazy. Funny thing: it mostly worked. Part 2 of a series.
Clock ticking for a Trudeau-era attempt at a visionary utopia in Vancouver. Part 1 of 4.
As temperatures plummet and snow billows down before the holidays, today a B.C. Supreme Court judge ordered the eviction of an Abbotsford homeless camp.
Townhouses along key SkyTrain line must be torn down to make way for big development, city says.
Eroding incomes and plunging rental stock leave 380,600 households in ‘severe’ need.
The city should require low-income “social impact assessments” of all new businesses and condominiums in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside.
Over the past decade, the average price tag of new homes in Canada has almost doubled, and homeownership remains hindered by skyrocketing personal debt.
Affordable housing is a recognized human right, say legal advocates, but too many residents of B.C. are unable to exercise that right, or even access the legal system as tenants.