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City of Vancouver identifies more neighbourhoods to house homeless

City of Vancouver identifies more neighbourhoods to house homeless

Photo Daniel Toulgoet Two more temporary modular housing buildings for homeless people are being considered for two city properties in the Downtown Eastside, the city announced Wednesday.
This map will lead you to Vancouver’s finest independent art

This map will lead you to Vancouver’s finest independent art

While we all love casually scrolling through 1000s of images on our phones, the digital landscape makes it challenging to establish a true connection to what we're seeing. Even if we throw it a 'like' or two.
Police shut down 'booze can' next to River Rock casino

Police shut down 'booze can' next to River Rock casino

A booze can was busted by police on Oct.29, 2017. Photo by @RichmondRCMP Richmond RCMP took to Twitter Saturday to report the bust of an illegal “booze can” found to be serving more than 50 people in the 2000-block of No. 3 Road. Spokesperson Cpl.
25 photos of Vancouver in the early 1980s

25 photos of Vancouver in the early 1980s

Photographer Raymond Parker has been shooting in BC for decades. In the 1980s he ran a commercial studio in the city and he sensed that "With Expo 86 looming, great changes were in store. Indeed, they had already begun.".
21-year-old North Van fentanyl dealer avoids jail time

21-year-old North Van fentanyl dealer avoids jail time

A North Shore drug dealer avoided prison time recently after pleading guilty to selling fentanyl and heroin.
Housing prices expected to cool next year: report

Housing prices expected to cool next year: report

Vancouver has reached unaffordability levels not seen since the early 1990s
Consider workplace safety in legalized marijuana rules, groups urge

Consider workplace safety in legalized marijuana rules, groups urge

VANCOUVER - New rules for legalized marijuana need to consider the impact on workplaces and clarify the rights of both employers and employees, say some business groups.
Vancouver Apple fans started lining up Thursday for iPhone X release

Vancouver Apple fans started lining up Thursday for iPhone X release

Die-hard Apple fans began their wait outside of Vancouver's Pacific Centre on Thursday for the release of the iPhone X.
From the Archives #10: Our favourite historical photos of the week

From the Archives #10: Our favourite historical photos of the week

We love sifting through the incredible photo collection at the Vancouver Archives. Here are our favourite finds from this week. 1. Lions Gate Bridge under construction, 1938 2. Lions Gate Bridge under construction, 1938 3.
In 1886, a fire burned down all of Vancouver in 45 minutes (PHOTOS)

In 1886, a fire burned down all of Vancouver in 45 minutes (PHOTOS)

On June 13 1886, a furious fire destroyed Vancouver in less than one hour. It ignited after flames from a brush-clearing fire blew onto dry brush just west of the city. About 1,000 wooden buildings—virtually the entire city—were totally destroyed.