The City says a new method of mixing wax into streets is emissions-lite, but critics are wary of hidden bumps.
After an urban protest camp was set up that lasted several hundred days, British Columbia has revoked permits for a five-storey condominium project that was set to be built on top of the ancient Coast Salish village of c’esna?em.
Vancouver Mayor Gregor Robertson and a majority of city council voted June 27 to allow the development of a 22-storey apartment tower in the West End, despite concerns the project will be unaffordable to many.
Civil liberties advocates are raising questions after five people were arrested in Vancouver on the weekend at a Quebec solidarity protest.
Members of Musqueam First Nation, battling to stop a condo development from being built on their ancient burial ground, are escalating the fight with blockades of public roads.
The left-leaning Coalition of Progressive Electors (COPE) unveiled its new executive director today.
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.
Party swept back into power with seven of 10 council seats – while election allies at COPE fare disastrously.
With many issues on display, one of the struggles for observers is understanding Occupy Vancouver’s actual demands. In fact, there are none — and some don’t see that as a problem