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URBAN GARDENING: Condo living no barrier to being a city farmer

In an expensive city like Vancouver, many gardeners commute to their plots. Here are tips for gardening by bike and bus.

What will Vancouver look like when it grows up? [VIDEO]

'Re-Imagine Downtown Vancouver' is a chance for the public to take in a lunchtime panel and speak up about where it's headed.

Compass card glitches lead to bargain fares for multi-zone bus riders

The fare deal may also be a smart public relations move following the failure of the recent transit referendum that was marked by anti-TransLink public sentiment.

MISSION ACCOMPLISHED: How a city jail became homes with hopeful views

Affordable housing in a former Vancouver remand centre gives hope to its new residents.

TALK OF THE TOWN: If city planners have their way, viaducts are doomed

A city report pushes for at-grade roadways, provision for affordable rental and rental housing, and major expansion of parks, pedestrian and bicycle routes.

Paul Clark and the Metro Vancouver Alliance

Studies show that one in four Metro Vancouver residents is socially-isolated. A local man is trying to fix that.

HOUSING CRISIS: One typical family's search for a place to call home

Two parents in the arts field, three kids and their dog all add up to one serious dilemma when it comes to finding a home to rent in Vancouver.

Trudeau and May kick off campaign at Vancouver Pride Parade

Justin Trudeau and Elizabeth May: The two candidates who joined the 37th Annual Vancouver Pride Parade.

Pigeon park street market moving east to safer grounds, with city's blessing

Despite the optics, the street market has a policy against selling stolen goods and instead tries to encourage the sale of found refurbished and recycled items and handmade goods.

Wake up to your wasteful water use, Vancouver — expert

Serious water restrictions may seem like a freak occurrence but it's time to get used to turning off the taps.