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Vancouver has been losing its heritage buildings at a rapid clip...Another landmark theatre, the Ridge, came down a couple of months ago. An alarmed public has been pressuring the city to do something. The public concern has been rising very sharply,
George Affleck is considering the possibility of running for mayor. In an interview with The Province on Thursday, Affleck unofficially launched his campaign as the NPA's political attack dog against Mayor Gregor Robertson and Vision Vancouver.
The Globe and Mail Last updated Friday, Jun. 21 2013, 9:47 PM EDT Columnist Stephen Quinn. (The Globe and Mail) It may be a fait accompli but no one wants to call it that in either official language. Next week, Vancouver City Council will vote on
Community groups in Vancouver's Chinatown have waded into the controversial topic of the future of the Georgia/Dunsmuir viaducts, voicing their support for tearing down the bridges that link downtown with the city's east side. The groups, led by the
Getty Images Home Buying Video The Canadian Press Video The original plan was to tear it down, run the fire hall at a temporary site down the street, and build a new one. But the city's community services manager, Brenda Prosken, and her team have
Vancouver council unanimously approved a game changer social housing project on a grand scale that has been attempted in the city since the 1970s. The city was able to leverage a $76-million private investment from non-profits by granting $22-million
Before the Vancouver International Wine Festival's thirsty throng rolled in Thursday, executive director Harry Hertscheg and beneficiary Bard on The Beach's artistic director, Christopher Gaze, fronted a reception for $475 gold pass holders and
Special to The Globe and Mail Published Friday, Oct. 26 2012, 10:40 PM EDT Last updated Friday, Oct. 26 2012, 10:49 PM EDT He came to me in a dream...Welcome to 2040, he said with a smile, gesturing to the street in front of us...Fruit trees shaded
Former labour leader George Heyman won the nomination for the Vancouver-Fairview riding Sunday evening, beating Vancouver Coun. Geoff Meggs in what was billed as a clash of titans destined for cabinet posts in any NDP provincial government...
New Democrats in Vancouver have taken to the polls to nominate their candidate for next year's provincial election...Sierra Club executive director George Heyman will secure the seat will come down to fine details. Both candidates have run a