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Lenée Son | In an area where over 13,000 people live in poverty having to survive on social assistance, gentrifying businesses are selling $138 mink eyelashes and $11 bottles of juice.
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Megan Devlin | Organizers this year emphasized that simply bringing people together is a form of resistance.
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Alyse Kotyk | Residents in low-income neighbourhoods often have limited access to much-needed Internet services. One team in Vancouver's Downtown Eastside is seeking to address this issue.
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Megan Devlin | Veteran MP for Vancouver East and advocate bids farewell to public life
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Redeye Collective | A UBC study following residents of single-room occupancy hotels over four years found that the risk of dying from chronic health conditions was surprisingly high, especially for mental health issues.
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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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rabble staff | rabble.ca is saddened to learn of the death of Bud Osborn. Osborn was a founding member of VANDU and memorialized Vancouver's Downtown Eastside in his poetry.
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Leila Gold | Rich Coleman has once again sent gossip of possibilities rippling through the community about the PHS. The question now circulating is whether certain programs will continue in the long term.
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Democracy North | This week, Democracy North's Canadian and global news hour features special coverage of the Portland Hotel Society audit scandal.
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Michael Stewart | The Portland Hotel Society is one of the strongest barriers to gentrification in Vancouver's Downtown Eastside and it is now nearly toppled. The organization deserves our support.
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Marlene George | Along with hundreds of other women across Canada, Marlene George marches on February 14. In this piece she tells us why.
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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.