City

COPE mayoral candidate Meena Wong calls for new city-owned housing

In addition to her plans to ban renovictions and tax vacant properties, Wong’s housing authority platform involves building 800 units of city-owed housing a year.

Developer dollars, community policing, and cruddy "little SROs": the talk at Carnegie Centre

Welcome to the Downtown Eastside, the locus of arguments over gentrification, aboriginal rights, addiction, poverty, and who really runs City Hall.

Sober “Nightmare on West Broadway” hosted by Real Housewife

This Halloween check out sober bash Nightmare on West Broadway

Green Party Events: where the Green candidates are this week

With four weeks left in the municipal election campaign, Vancouver's Green party attempts to convince voters to VOTE GREEN FIRST.

Constitutional showdown: Kinder Morgan and Burnaby battle over cities' say on pipelines

Should cities have a say in the transport of explosive oil through dense urban areas?

Why I want to be Vancouver Mayor: NPA's Kirk LaPointe

Former newsman wants to create the most open, accountable city government in Canada

Vancouver’s newly adopted capital plan allots $30 million towards childcare

Vancouver city council alters priorities from the previous capital plan and approves $30 million childcare initiative over the next four years, but more can be done, says councillor.

Another high profile UFC veteran quits Dana White

Another high-profile UFC fighter quits Dana White.

Robertson announces $400,000 Breakfast Program funding plan

Mayor Robertson announces $400,000 boost to struggling healthy-eating program.

Premier's son's elite private school targeted by education protesters

"I work in inner city schools -- we’re running out of glue sticks and photocopy paper by February, and the government blames it on the parents...for not supporting the school more"