It’s a bittersweet victory for the Musqueam, who won their battle to stop development atop an ancient village but could only do so by buying it back.
A city-funded “participatory mural” project for the Stanley Park Ecology Society has come to a standstill after the commissioned artist said she was told to remove words and images deemed inappropriate for the side of Nature House.
The director of a Downtown Eastside non-profit is challenging allegations he owes money to people who did work for the missing women’s advocacy group.
It’s barely been a decade since city crews ripped up West 37th Ave, a quiet residential street near Queen Elizabeth Park, for sewer work. So when “no parking” signs went up last Wednesday evening warning cars would be towed for street repaving at 6 a.m. the next morning, some residents were skeptical.
Vancouver lags only slightly behind Canada’s home ownership levels, according to newly released federal data that some experts think is misleading thanks to skyrocketing prices.
Events around Truth and Reconciliation Commission aim to foster healing, hope for a better future.
Vancouver Police Department’s alleged refusal to issue a criminal record check for a prominent youth leader – because he wouldn’t submit a DNA sample – has forced him to abandon an organization he’s volunteered at for 13 years.
City Coun. Kerry Jang says “misinformation” is behind a growing number of neighbourhood rebellions across Vancouver.
As thousands of university and college students gear up for fall classes, the hunt is on for scarce housing in the Lower Mainland.
Several hundred Marpole residents attended an event at a local community centre on Sunday, with organizers saying 1,500 households have requested protest signs.