Coleman, BC Housing, council supported motel purchase to reduce homelessness.
UBC’s Nathanael Lauster urges city dwellers to shake off their ‘house addiction.’
Let the original tenants come home — at their old rent.
UN conference born in Vancouver draws thousands to Ecuador to take another run at creating a ‘right to the city.’
Seven years in the making, life skills “apprenticeship” program for young women needs $75k to succeed.
Structures aim to bring next-generation efficiency within the budget of First Nation communities.
A UN envoy investigates the ‘financialization’ of Canadians’ right to housing in Vancouver.
At UBCM convention, discussion full of solutions follows housing minister’s question.
Ending supports at 19 results in higher future costs, poor outcomes, says Vancouver Foundation.
Ordinance ‘totally applicable to Vancouver,’ says housing rights lawyer.
Here, 10 top shelf options that economists of differing stripes agree on.
Don’t think for a second it’s diminished demand, particularly from China.
Province, city sacrificed opportunity for social and affordable housing in favour of private interests.
It isn’t lack of knowledge or politics that holds us back, but logistics, experts say. Last of two.
Facing complex challenges, his struggle is emblematic of hundreds others. First of two parts.
Decades from now, researchers reflect with shock, pity on what led to creation of regional, economically unequal ‘bantustans.’
Coalition of 28 Vancouver groups want city to delay Grandview-Woodland community plan for more consultation.
Years of inaction mean only the rich can hope to own a home in Vancouver.
Extraordinary levels of capital flight tied to chaos in the Middle Kingdom.
Dr. Steve joins the speculation on Clark’s desperate, drastic and apparently data-less decision.
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