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Chris Shaw | The patriotism on parade is that allegedly of Canadians, particularly Vancouverites, in regard to last year's Olympic Games.
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Glyn Lewis | Canadians Advocating Political Participation hopes to harness the energy of the Olympics to create a national voter participation movement.
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Pina Belperio | While our Olympic hangover slowly subsides, the stage is being set for the 2010 Paralympics -- a more relaxed and less intrusive event than its over-bearing cousin, the Olympics.
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Mara Kardas-Nelson | The end of the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics has marked two successes in Canada's pro-social housing movement.
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Mara Kardas-Nelson | Hundreds came out in support of a national housing strategy in Vancouver this weekend through two coordinated actions.
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Mara Kardas-Nelson | Two pro-social housing campaigns have joined together to create awareness about homelessness and the need for a national housing strategy.
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Mara Kardas-Nelson | Three Vancouver actions are taking place this weekend to campaign for affordable and accessible low-income housing.
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Mara Kardas-Nelson | Vancouver's Downtown Eastside neighbourhood is not known as one of the city's most beautiful, but the Olympic Tent Village helps to highlight its community.
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Eve Belle Wilensky | Anti-olympic protestors destroyed property in downtown Vancouver yesterday but who are the real criminals in this city?
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Mara Kardas-Nelson | Thousands march to BC Place to "welcome" the Vancouver 2010 Olympics, highlighting concerns from environmental degradation to First Nations' rights.
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Pivot lawyer Doug King with Olympics rights card
Paul Ryan | Pivot Legal Society to hand out thousands of cards with legal rights and sets up 24-hour Pivot Lawyer Hotline.
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Pina Belperio | Anti-violence organizations are expected to absorb the 10 to 36 per cent increase in violence against women during the Olympics, while the B.C. government cuts funding.