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Civil Liberties: Dying with Dignity

Josh Paterson, civil liberties champion, patrols the space between individuals and society at large


Will Vancouver Ever Be Affordable?

Housing prices are out of touch, and we’re all mad as hell. But what if Vancouver’s not at fault. What if it’s us?

By published Apr 1, 2014

Barinder Rasode and Surrey's Safety

While Surrey awaits its great leap forward, criminals, developers, and politicians keep busy

By published Mar 1, 2014

Vancouver Coastal Health's Mission Critical

In the face of yet another looming disaster on the Downtown Eastside—this one of violence, addiction, and mental illness—Vancouver Coastal Health struggles to streamline

By published Jan 1, 2014

Are You Being Served?

Sometime soon the province will change the way we buy, sell, and consume alcohol. Those changes follow a 2013 review by three-time Liberal MLA John Yap

By published Jan 1, 2014

CSI: Vancouver

After the terrorist attack on Nairobi’s Westgate Mall last fall, the grisly job of identifying corpses fell to RCMP Sgt. Diane Cockle, one of Canada’s premier forensic archaeologists and a world expert in our worst actions

By published Jan 1, 2014

Editor's Note: On Renovation

Our Editor-in-Chief celebrates the launch of Vancouver magazine's redesign and muses on the seven years since the last shake-up

By published Jan 1, 2014

Whitecaps star Kekuta Manneh: past, present and future

Kekuta Manneh has only started six games for the Whitecaps to date, but he’s already a standout

By published Jan 1, 2014

West Van's growing fear of density

Density -- at least, its modest vanguard -- comes to West Van, creeping in on little cat feet

By published Jan 1, 2014