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Court orders Occupy Vancouver tents to come down

Just hours before civic election, courts grant injunction to end protest camp.

Ruling expected Friday in Occupy Vancouver injunction hearings

Arguments address the protest's impact on other events, possible damage to art, and the homeless population at camp.

No resolution yet in Occupy Vancouver hearings

City lawyers now seeking an injunction on grounds of trespassing, protesters arguing against removal of tents that house the homeless.

Occupy Vancouver: Geography of a "modern agora"

It's been exactly a month since Occupy Vancouver began. With the city heading to court tomorrow hoping to evict the campers, we map out what occupiers have built in a month.

Occupy Wall Street raid 'pure criminality', say Vancouver occupiers

Several tarps and tents were removed in Vancouver and one man was arrested in advance of Wednesday court date.

Ashlie Gough death a 'tragedy' says family, but don't blame Occupy Vancouver

One week after the death of Ashlie Gough at Occupy Vancouver, her family confirmed she died of a heroin overdose – but said they find most portrayals of Gough “upsetting" and "inaccurate."

Passive negligence of the arts no longer an option, says Vision Vancouver

2011 Vancouver Municipal election: Party has renewed its promise to create new artists' spaces and ease bylaw and zoning rules. But with costs rising, will it make a difference for artists?

Occupy Vancouver complies with fire regulations and life goes on: slideshow

Life carried on at usual at the Occupy Vancouver camp, as people cleaned up the site to comply with fire by laws yesterday.  Other than the two overdoses, people at the camp have been well, said...

Occupy: "We're staying put"

Activists shared their views on why they intend to stay.

What are Occupy Vancouver's demands?

With many issues on display, one of the struggles for observers is understanding Occupy Vancouver's actual demands. In fact, there are none -- and some don't see that as a problem.