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James MacGregor | Canada's democracy is eroding because of pipeline politics! There were 1,159 against and only two in favour of the Northern Gateway pipeline, so why was it approved?
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rabble staff | In 1942 the entire Japanese population of Vancouver was forcibly removed to internment camps. The City government of the day urged on the removal of the Japanese "enemy alien population."
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Libby Davies | As Insite celebrates its 10th anniversary of successful operation in Vancouver's Downtown Eastside, the Conservative government in Ottawa is still railing against Safe Injection Sites.
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Derrick O'Keefe | Confronting what is now quite evidently a global climate emergency will take a lot more than a few more people riding bikes.
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Ellen Woodsworth | The whole world is watching the IOC and Russia. We are calling on all countries to stand up loud and proud for LGTTBQ rights.
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Bill Young | There is a trend in Vancouver toward anti-cultural and pro-developer policies concerning noise.
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Daniel Francis | Aaron Chapman explores the history of Vancouver's Penthouse nightclub from glitzy celebrity appearances to legal actions that spawned the worst episode of violence against women in Canadian history.
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Tania Ehret | In what seems to be the year of the developer, the recently drafted Grandview/Woodland Community plan brings a new take on density to Vancouver's Broadway and Commercial neighbourhood.
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Garth Mullins | The more you house the transnational très riche, the more you un-house Vancouver's poor and working-class residents.
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Tania Ehret | With Vancouver's condo-friendly landlords seeing dollar signs and not the public good, the fight for community venues seems much more like class war.
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Tristan Markle, Maria Wallstam | This week the city approved a subsidy exceeding 1 million dollars to a real estate corporation for a market housing development.
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Kaitlin McNabb | Spartacus Books is another casualty of the increased gentrification in Vancouver and talks about what this will mean for them and Vancouver's DTES.