The Smash the State Report takes the @mediacoop's November in review, adds some comments, and talks security.
Pivot Legal Society
Scott Bernstein explains why Pivot is representing low-income tenants from Vancouver's Olympic Village housing complex.
Jasmine R. Rezaee
Occupy Vancouver complied with a court injunction Monday by moving to a new site: the B.C. Supreme Court lands.
We speak with Dr. Hayden King on Stephen Harper being named honourary chief of the Blood Tribe, Canada's residential school system, the annexation of Six Nations land in Caledonia, and more.
Vancouver's Stanley Cup riots were not carried out by a few bad apples, but were rather the logical conclusion of weeks of jingoism.
For the second time in a generation, a Vancouver 'reform' party won a mandate for change, but delivered more of the same.
Maria Wallstam and Nathan Crompton
This month more buildings were added to the list of disappearing affordable housing in Vancouver. On May 1 the Colonial and Seaview hotels were privatized, with rents scheduled to increase.
Sean Antrim and Tristan Markle
According to Metro Vancouver's Homelessness Count, the number of homeless folks in Vancouver increased over the last three years. But you wouldn't realize it from all the political spin.
Redeye speaks with one of the activists involved in setting up a tent city in the former Athletes Village on the anniversary of the tent city set up during the 2010 Olympics.