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July 14, 2011 Headlines

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• Vancouver brings back anti-graffiti program after budget cutbacks lead to resurgence [Vancouver Sun]
• Video: Mayor Gregor Robertson pushing Vancouver to be ‘greenest city’ by 2020 [Vancouver Sun]
• Vancouver to include citizens input in naming streets [Vancouver Sun]
• Vancouver green push goes to the next level [Vancouver Sun]
• Wildlife wandering in the city unlikely to get out alive [Vancouver Sun]
• Payphones not worth the hassle, say DTES merchants [OpenFile]

• Down with the Plan? [The Architect’s Newspaper]
• Australia Is About To Have A Totally Reasonable Climate Policy [GOOD Magazine]
• Brave New City [The Stranger]
• Shanghai unveils plan for 7 new satellite cities [Chila Daily]


  1. A story on the DTES gets filed under “International”?

    And could there perhaps be a greater range of sources for local material than the Sun, please?

  2. Hi Stephen,

    Thanks for the email….the error has been corrected.

    As for ranges of sources – we agree. We are currently fed by a number of different sources – including your own wonderful blog – that we check and filter through multiple times daily. It just so happens – for the first time in 4 years, I might add – that what seemed to be the most relevant pieces came from one source. Mind you, I did the links prior to leaving town this morning and didn’t even notice the pattern until receiving your note. What can you do…we’ll do our best to prevent the single-source links from happening again.

    Thanks for the note….and our apologies once again,