Vancouver


Racial minorities targeted in ad for population control

Whether in Canada or in the global south, we should have no part in policies, programs, or organizations which seek intentionally to push non-white women to have fewer children.

Garnett Genuis

Break-ins up nearly 50 percent as crime is surges in Vancouver

The Vancouver Police Department announced on Thursday that the number of break-ins to businesses was up 47.9 percent in Vancouver from the same period last year.

Angelo Isidorou

Vancouver spent $300K on designer furniture and complained city was 'bleeding money'

The high end furniture was being ordered as late as May, after Mayor Kennedy Stewart publicly claimed that the city is "bleeding money."

Angelo Isidorou

Billboard company to take down tribute to JK Rowling after one complaint of transphobia

A billboard raised in Vancouver in support of JK Rowling is slated to be taken down after Pattison, the billboard company, caved to pressure after just one complaint from a trans rights activist.

Angelo Isidorou

Vancouver restaurant shutting down over crime, vandalism, and mayoral inaction

One business on West Hastings street is reportedly struggling to keep their businesses open due to crime and grime in the area, motivating the owner to finally shutter its doors.

Collin Jones

BLM activist arrested for hit-and-run that seriously injured a right-wing group member

Charles "Robbie" Holliday-Smith, 30, a Portland-area barber, turned himself in to authorities and was booked into Clark County Jail.

Mia Cathell

Drug addicts do not benefit from 'harm reduction,' but from rehabilitation and treatment

Harm reduction is the darling of progressive stakeholders in addiction management. Its most robust defenders tend to be ideologues, whose ultimate goal is the legalization of all drugs.

Barbara Kay

Trump Hotel in Vancouver to shut its doors 'for good'

The Trump hotel is the second tallest building in Vancouver, following the Shangri-La Hotel.

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz

Could there be a constitutional right to drink in parks?

Vancouver could soon become the first major Canadian city outside of Quebec to allow drinking in public parks.

Josh Dehaas

Co-founder of BLM Vancouver says that 'reliability' and 'loyalty' are white supremacist concepts

A Vancouver-based leader of Black Lives Matter has taken to Twitter to expose the concepts of "reliability" and "loyalty" as part of "capitalist white supremacy" that must be resisted and rejected.

Barrett Wilson

WATCH: West Vancouver Police to investigate tire marks on LGBT crosswalk as 'gesture of hate'

Police video shows a black vehicle that is "suspected of leaving tire marks across a portion of the pride crosswalk at the intersection" outside of the police station.

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz

Vehicle with Alberta license plates crashes into Vancouver supermarket on Canada day

According to police, a SUV ran into the Fresh Street Market located at Howe Street and Pacific Street. The incident took place at about 3:30 a.m.

Sam Edwards

Most BC residents would ban foreigners from purchasing real estate, according to new poll

A recent BC poll finds that over 3-in-4 residents are for a regulation that would stop the majority of foreigners from purchasing Canadian real estate.

Sam Edwards

Vancouver's Gassy Jack statue vandalized, petition asks for its removal

The Gassy Jack monument in Gastown, Vancouver was defaced with red paint on Tuesday, in protest against the historical figure.

Sam Edwards

George Vancouver statue vandalized in city of Vancouver

The statue of George Vancouver was defiled overnight Wednesday with graffiti and paint outside Vancouver's City Hall, according to Global News.

Quinn Patrick