Can social inequity cause sickness? Vancouver’s Dr. Gabor Maté thinks so.
The Left Coast Post looks beyond the election: can you back Vision Vancouver and not back gentrification?
With one of the highest urban Indigenous populations in the country, Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside has become the site of a battle over rising housing prices, a lack of affordable lodgings, and encroaching up-scale development
A colourful annual march for safe, affordable housing in Vancouver was overshadowed by the death of an Indigenous woman, who fell from the sixth floor of her single-resident occupancy hotel room almost exactly a year after a similar suspicious death
VICTORIA – A growing coalition against poverty in British Columbia suggests that it is churches who must take the lead in humanizing our economic system to care for everyone
Following a wave of similar housing squats across Canada, from Toronto to Vancouver, activists occupied a Victoria building and hung a banner from the roof that read, “Build Housing Now”
SALT SPRING ISLAND, BC – Faced with major housing shortages, people looking for affordable lodging on Salt Spring are being forced to choose between homelessness and losing their support network