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Jean Swanson during the 2017 Vancouver by-election. Photo: Tamara Herman/flickr
Salman Zafar | Her second place electoral result in Vancouver shows that an unapologetic, undiluted left candidate can do well in Canadian politics
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"Housing Now" sign at Annual Women's Housing March
Marc Lee | With an election in sight, we need B.C.'s political parties to engage in a race to the top, putting new and substantial proposals on the table to build the affordable housing people need.
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Alyse Kotyk | Gregor Robertson's commitment to rezone a city-owned lot for social housing is a "little victory" says Jean Swanson. There's much more that needs to be done to address the reality of homelessness.
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Photo: Alliance Against Displacement's Facebook page, taken with permission by I
Sophia Reuss | Alliance Against Displacement staged an occupation of the B.C. Housing office to demand the government address Vancouver's growing homelessness crisis.
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Redeye Collective | B.C. Housing intends transfer over 350 properties to non-profit organizations over the next three years. This has both residents and housing activists concerned.
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Redeye Collective | After Mark Townsend was forced to resign, critics from the left as well as the right accused the PHS of corruption. Michael Stewart says that's exactly what the government wanted us to do.
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Nathan Crompton, Daniel Tseghay | When it comes to housing, it is difficult to see how the NDP is truly different than their predecessor and their municipal counterparts.
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Seth Klein | One of the more contentious issues regarding the B.C. government's record concerns the issue of social housing. To hear Minister Rich Coleman tell it, B.C.'s record has been above and beyond.
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Nathan Crompton | This past week newspapers reported on Vancouver’s high number of empty condos.
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Casey Leung, Greg Lockwood | Harsha Walia, Vancouver DTES women's rights organizer, speaks about demands for women's safety in shelters in light of recent sexual assaults.