City council to vote on development proposal June 11.
Underneath the vibrant, diverse surface of a thriving arts and culture scene, Vancouver faces a loss of its brightest painters, dancers, designers, makers and performers to greener pastures. VO investigates how rising real estate prices are crunching our city’s artists.
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.
While B.C. indigenous leaders protest in Ottawa, applauding Attawapiskat chief, Vancouver ‘twittivists’ took the Native housing fight online.
Homeless shelter asks: No room at the inn for Mary and Joseph?
Paris Annex condos got some unexpected occupants today.
The Left Coast Post looks beyond the election: can you back Vision Vancouver and not back gentrification?
Nearly 150 demonstrators from Occupy Vancouver held a protest for affordable housing Saturday, protesting upscale developments they said are causing rising prices
As Mayor Gregor Robertson faced his main election opponent in a tense homelessness debate tonight, residents of Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside (DTES) in attendance called the debate a sham
Mayor Gregor Robertson and Councillor Suzanne Anton speak to the congregation at St. Andrew’s-Wesley United Church