A Vancouver councillor is calling for the removal of gender biases from the city’s bylaws that make it illegal for more than five women to live together.
Reported by Cloe Logan New Westminster renters will now have a chance to advocate for their rights as tenants, with the Vancouver Tenants Union expanding to include a chapter in the small municipality. One organizer of the new…
Vocal opposition to changing neighbourhoods from many Vancouver residents comes as no surprise to Nathanael Lauster, associate professor with the department of sociology at UBC.
Reported by Desirée Garcia The first-ever youth homeless count in Metro Vancouver is set to begin on Apr. 4, and will gather data to create an accurate picture of how many homeless youths are living in Vancouver and what risks they may…
Housing advocates are thrilled at Port Moody city council’s approval of a development that will bring new affordable rental apartments to the city for the first time in three decades.
Vancouver housing activists and developers are urging the city to rezone the Langara Golf Course for housing to accommodate South Vancouver’s growing population.
Local artists are calling out the city on its move to declare a day in Vancouver for a famous Japanese artist while failing to provide affordable spaces for artists to create and exhibit art.
Reported by Becca Clarkson With temporary housing for Vancouver’s growing homeless population planned on a South Vancouver site that will be redeveloped in the next five to 10 years, those depending on that shelter will find themselves…