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NEWS: Reaching out to low-income voters

Registering to vote can be a confusing process for many people, but for those living in shelters, temporary housing or on the street, getting to the polls is an even greater challenge.
NEWS: Fighting to find alternative housing

NEWS: Fighting to find alternative housing

A transgendered woman who claims she was evicted from social housing due to discrimination has found a home at the Olympic Village but without the help of the government agency in charge of subsidized housing.

RANT/RAVE (Apr. 21)

Debunking the high-rise myth The new myth in urban design is the failed capitalist idea that more high-rise buildings are the density solution.
Young voters make it count

Young voters make it count

It is the conventional wisdom of all political parties that young people will not vote. And the parties? They like it that way. Its why your tuition keeps going up.
NEWS: Relieving news

NEWS: Relieving news

The Vancouver Park Board may have found a way to bring a public toilet to the West Ends Nelson Park without dipping into its stretched financial coffers, according to board chair Aaron Jasper.
URBAN LEGEND: The Sky is the limit

URBAN LEGEND: The Sky is the limit

The dude looked like Lemmy, the badass frontman of the heavy-metal band Motörhead, and he was flaunting a cobra tattoo on his bare chest, its scaly tail disappearing under his belt.
NEWS: City ponders fate of downtown viaducts

NEWS: City ponders fate of downtown viaducts

While talk of removing or modifying the Georgia and Dunsmuir street viaducts appears to be gaining momentum across the city, a small group of dedicated users who frequent the area under Vancouvers roads to nowhere arent so keen on the idea.

RANT/RAVE (Apr. 14)

Tunnel vision costly What are Mayor Gregor Robertson and Coun.
COVER STORY: Inside the Lines

COVER STORY: Inside the Lines

Theres an upbeat vibe to the hustle at Main and Hastings on this Sunday afternoon. The banter of dealers lounging outside Owl Drugs is jovial and laughter punctuates the clatter of shopping carts.

RANT/RAVE (Apr. 7)

City of glass Ah, spring in Vancouver! Flowering trees, happy faces, sunny days and shitloads of broken glass.
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