May 13, 2013
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No fun? No point: Vancouver's political boredom

Michael Stewart
Over the last two weeks, Vancouver's downtown has witnessed an unprecedented rash of closures or evictions. In response, the city has adopted a new defensive pose: embarrassment and boredom.
Apr 26, 2013

Vancity elections: Democracy or patronage?

Claire Vulliamy
As the elections for three of the nine Board of Directors positions draw to a close at Vancity (today is the last day to vote), members will soon know who will hold the decision-making power.
Apr 14, 2013

On hunger strike against gentrification

A key organizer of the picket against the Pidgin restaurant in Vancouver's downtown eastside launched a new action more than 3 weeks ago to back demands for adequate social housing in the area.
Mar 14, 2013

Borderline offensive: The CBSA and reality television

Michael Stewart
At least three Vancouver construction sites were dramatically raided Wednesday by CBSA agents looking for undocumented workers. Literally dramatic, in that they were accompanied by reality-TV cameras.


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