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Left in Love | Sam and Roz share their passion for creative expression and the arts in this month's Left in Love -- but will this kindle a radical spark? Find out on our latest lefty date!
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Christine O'Fallon | The Vancouver election is on November 15. Who's to say whether anything real will happen once the elections are over and done with? That's where the Hot Pink Paper Campaign comes in!
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Keith Reynolds | The issue is about more than tax dollars, it is about the services those tax dollars provide. And lower taxes don't always mean either better government or happier citizens.
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rabble staff | On Thursday, October 16, 2014, police and city officials moved into Oppenheimer Park to enforce the city's injunction against the tent city.
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Rising Tide - Vancouver, Coast Salish Territories | Rising Tide - Vancouver, Coast Salish Territories has released a statement in solidarity with Oppenheimer Tent City in Vancouver.
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Left in Love | They may vote for different mayors, but can municipal gossip unite Cass and Selina? Find out in this month's radical love match, as Left in Love delves into civic politics!
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Michael Stewart | In Vancouver, activists from all manner of grassroots movements have organized themselves under a socialist banner called the "Left Front," and they're aiming to change the face of municipal politics.
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Gurkirat Batth, Gurnishan Singh | Today is the 100th anniversary of the Komagata Maru's arrival in Vancouver, which sparked a challenge to anti-migrant racism in Canada -- a struggle that continues today.
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Greg Macdougall | "We're going to change the way things are done." A new documentary follows the Vancouver Mental Patients Association and its impact from the 1970s to today.
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Kaitlin McNabb | Spartacus Books' time in the DTES has sadly come to an end. While the collective remains hopeful for its new location, this serves as a timely reminder of gentrification in Vancouver.
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Am Johal | Am Johal remembers poet and activist Bud Osborn whose contributions to Vancouver's DTES community and Canadian poetry landscape remain forever important.
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Rising Tide | Rising Tide stands in solidarity with container truckers striking against Port Metro Vancouver and their efforts to exploit workers and suppress protests.