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Street vendor magazine Megaphone goes digital in response to COVID-19

Street vendor magazine Megaphone goes digital in response to COVID-19

Vendors rely on income from selling monthly magazine that focuses on issues pertaining to poverty and homelessness
Vancouver COVID-19 community support group comes together online

Vancouver COVID-19 community support group comes together online

In less than a week, community Facebook page more than 21,000 members strong
Seniors Advocate asks public to look out for elderly during COVID-19 crisis

Seniors Advocate asks public to look out for elderly during COVID-19 crisis

Isobel Mackenzie is asking all British Columbians to contact their elderly friends, family, and neighbours who might need some extra help and see how that person is doing
Free income tax clinics for qualified seniors

Free income tax clinics for qualified seniors

Low-income seniors living on a fixed income can get help filing their income tax
B.C. SPCA gets funding boost to help Downtown Eastside pets

B.C. SPCA gets funding boost to help Downtown Eastside pets

More pet owners on Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside will now have access to subsidized veterinary care for their furry friends. The B.C. SPCA will be able to help up to 500 more pets, thanks to a $50,000 grant from PetSmart Charities of Canada.
Vancouverites share snaps of last night's supermoon (PHOTOS)

Vancouverites share snaps of last night's supermoon (PHOTOS)

Residents of the Lower Mainland were treated to a dazzling lunar display last night as a supermoon illuminated partly cloudy skies. Known as the full "worm" moon, the March full moon gets its name from the time of year that it takes place.
Vancouver Cherry Blossom Festival event cancelled due to coronavirus concerns

Vancouver Cherry Blossom Festival event cancelled due to coronavirus concerns

Sakura Days has been cancelled but other events still going ahead
New clothing resale store aims to support marginalized women in Vancouver

New clothing resale store aims to support marginalized women in Vancouver

‘This shop will help us grow stable funds so we can reach our goal of providing paths to dignity and economic inclusion for all women in our community.’
Missing: Have you seen a brown hen wandering the streets of Vancouver?

Missing: Have you seen a brown hen wandering the streets of Vancouver?

‘Her name is Laura Roslin but she doesn’t respond because she is a chicken.’
Snowshoe tour provides rare glimpse of where Vancouver’s water comes from

Snowshoe tour provides rare glimpse of where Vancouver’s water comes from

Protected habitat hidden in plain sight