Release: CoV appoints new General Manager of Arts, Culture and Community Services

The City of Vancouver is happy to announce that Sandra Singh, current Chief Librarian at Vancouver Public Library, will take on the... Read More

A Vancouver Parable: False Prophets, Green Illusions and Vanishing Neighbourhoods

A stroll along Vancouver’s Broadway west of Macdonald offers the pedestrian many small, engaging storefronts. The low awnings provide... Read More

Release: CoV Housing Vancouver strategy to shift the future of our city

To change the future of housing in Vancouver and keep young workers and families in the city, Vancouver City Council has approved its... Read More

Release: CoV Housing Strategy to Transform Low-Density Neighbourhoods

In response to Vancouver’s changing population, rising housing costs, and the increased need for diverse types of housing, the City of... Read More

Release: Outdated Act Needs Many Reforms Including Safe Passing Law, say Advocates

Local cycling charitable organization HUB Cycling is calling on the Provincial Government to commit to modernizing the BC Motor... Read More

Can We Raise Children in Vancouver? – UBC Dialogues Recap

Local leaders in social policy and population health tackled the question “Can we raise children in Vancouver” in the Creekside... Read More

How The City of Vienna Handles Affordable Housing and Inclusivity

Vienna is an internationally renowned city, attractive to employees from the high-tech industry, scholars, scientists and other... Read More

Co-ops Offer Family-Friendly Housing, Yet Face an Uncertain Future

I am writing a short series, “Cities for Families” to showcase how local governments, non-profits, and the private sector are building... Read More

Housing as a Human Right: Miloon Kothari at the MOV

When Fidel Castro took power over Cuba, the country experienced major changes in its housing policies. Evictions of tenants were... Read More