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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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David P. Ball | What's next for Vancouver's ousted Coalition of Progressive Electors? The Left Coast Post investigates.
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Chris Shaw | There are many things money can buy and, to no one's great surprise, one of them is an election.
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David P. Ball | The Left Coast Post looks beyond the election: can you back Vision Vancouver and not back gentrification?
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David P. Ball | In this week's Vancouver elections coverage, The Left Coast Post chases the Mayor around for answers, and an Occupier appeals for unity and respect.
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Chris Shaw | Call it anything you like, but Gregor Robertson et al. serve the 1 per cent ... and do it each and every time the developers and the Board of Trade pull their strings.
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Tristan Markle | Ashlie Gogh's lost future has registered public attention because the overdose occurred at a political protest camp -- Occupy Vancouver.
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Nathan Cromptan and Tristan Markle | Monday's mayoral debate on homelessness and affordable housing was a heated fight -- not between the two candidates, but between the City and its residents.
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The first aid tent at Occupy Vancouver. Photo: David P. Ball
David P. Ball | Volunteer medics at Occupy Vancouver, including an emergency room nurse and a first aid responder, prepare to help those hurt by possible confrontations as rhetoric over removing the camp intensifies.
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David P. Ball | In this third instalment of The Left Coast Post, Occupy Vancouver becomes a leading election issue, the mayor is interrupted by lobsters, and we talk with Vision councillor Andrea Reimer.