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A businessman, a bike advocate, and a bike lane

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The controversial Hornby bike lane was unanimously approved by Vancouver city council late Tuesday night. The $3.2-million lane will be located between Pacific Boulevard and the Vancouver Convention Centre and is set to be built by the end of this year. 

Watch the video for Vancouver Observer's first ever VOTV coverage of this issue by BCIT broadcast journalism grad Jake Barker.

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