A real estate development on islands in the Ottawa River -- in the heart of the national capital -- will test the federal government's commitment to operate in good faith with Indigenous peoples.
"You don't develop an Algonquin sacred place," says Algonquin scholar and activist Lynn Gehl. So why is a proposed condo development continuing to be planned?
In the midst of an affordable housing shortage, including a virtual freeze on the construction of non-market housing, it goes without saying that Vancouver needs more housing.
I Choose Dignity campaign kicks off in KW as struggles against gentrification proliferate across On + Qc. A few new tar sands absurdities, a plea to help bees, some slam poetry, and other newies!
This past week newspapers reported on Vancouver’s high number of empty condos.
The condo boom is gobbling up land almost as fast as it sucks up mortgage debt. Important tracts of urban space have been drawn into the vortex of real estate speculation.
Resisting Condos and Pipelines in bc and ontario dominates this episode, including pacific trails, line 9, the victory at Marpole Midden, and the model for Tutela Heights, and more!
Can our communities look forward to a Blade Runner-like future of empty, half-finished and half-completed monuments to our own folly?