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Nathan Crompton | For a long time Vancouver elites have struggled to square the circle of how to produce housing affordability without negatively affecting developer profits and property owners’ interests.
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Maria Wallstam | The already dire housing crisis in Vancouver is about to worsen with the mass expiration of funding and operating agreements for 25,000 social housing units.
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Fiona Rayher, Tara Mahoney | Video from the re:THINK HOUSING JAM was a constructive and creative way to get new perspectives on how we deal with Vancouver's affordable housing crisis.
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Stephen Collis | Last night in Vancouver seven participants in a casserole solidarity demonstration were detained and/or arrested by the Vancouver Police Department.
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Tara Mahoney | Gen Why Media and the Vancouver Design Nerds, hosted the re: THINK HOUSING ideas jam at the HiVE Vancouver this past Friday as a way to re-imagine civic engagement in Vancouver.
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Ken Lyotier | United We Can founder Ken Lyotier shared these words at a tribute for Jim Green on Saturday, April 14 at the Orpheum in Vancouver - Green lost his battle with lung cancer earlier this year.
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Sean Antrim, Andrew Witt | Right in the centre of Vancouver's working-class heart, a precedent-setting new luxury condo is in its re-zoning application phase.
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BC NDP leader Adrian Dix. Photo: David P. Ball
David P. Ball | In an exclusive interview, the leader of the NDP in British Columbia discusses the BC Liberals, voters, issues of importance -- and the strategy taking them to the provincial election in 2013.
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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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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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Tents at Occupy Vancouver. Photo: Ouno Design/Flickr
Gail Davidson | Following the death of a woman in her tent on Saturday, it is clear that the City of Vancouver should help vulnerable people, not force them out of sight.