Blog
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.
Blog
Chris Shaw | The latest FOI release on the Stanley Cup riot responds to various queries about how the City of Vancouver did, or didn't, prepare for a potential riot.
Blog
Chris Shaw | Why is it so hard to get a straight answer from Vancouver City Hall? There are some really simple questions whose answers the public has a right to know.
Podcast
Paul Ryan | Katrina Pacey talks about what is -- and more importantly, what isn't -- in the new report put out by the City of Vancouver on sex work in the city.
Blog
Chris Shaw | Last week, the City of Vancouver released the first batch of documents requested about the city's preparations for the Stanley Cup playoffs and the ensuing riot... is the worst yet to come?
Podcast
Paul Ryan | David Eby is Executive Director of the B.C. Civil Liberties Association. A former lawyer with Pivot Legal Society, he co-published Cracks in the Foundation in 2006.
Blog
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.
Podcast
Redeye
Lorraine Chisholm | 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.
Podcast
Jane Williams | Vancouver City Council is holding public hearings on plans to build a destination casino near B.C. Place in the downtown core. Redeye speaks with Sean Bickerton of Vancouver, not Vegas.
Podcast
AIyanas Ormond, Hugh Lampkin, Jen Efting, Melanie Spence, Rohith Bhargavan | Members of the Vancouver Area Network of Drug Users (VANDU) co-host this episode exploring the health impacts of stigma, criminalization and poverty on people who use illicit drugs.
Podcast
Lorraine Chisholm | In the north-east corner of the city, there's a highly contested 182-acre piece of land that local residents are determined to convert to a community-oriented park.
Podcast
Redeye
Jane Williams | Of each dollar that is paid in taxes, only eight cents reaches municipalities. This means city councils are scrambling for money to complete essential infrastructure projects.