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Soak up some neighbourhood vibes at Kingfisher Cafe

This story is about neighbourhood favourites. Those excellent, sometimes unsung or overlooked heroes that bring heart and soul into the place you live. Our example is Team Kompas’s local and a de Pijp stalwart, Kingfisher Cafe. 732 more words


Chalkboard Magic

It’s real people behind the artful messages you see on the neighbourhood chalkboards. Thank you Meg Leslie & Julian van Mossel-Forrester for the colourful additions to our street corners and trails. 47 more words

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Invitation to Attend 2nd Neighbourhood Meeting about Sixo Midtown Development

If you live within 120m of the Sixo Midtown proposed development, you would have received this letter in the mail about the upcoming Neighbourhood Meeting. If you attended the neighbourhood meeting that was… 284 more words

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Iron Horse Trail users won't use complex regional link to transit hub

Regional councillors have lost their way as they stumble toward finding a route for a $2-million proposed link between the Iron Horse Trail and the transit hub on King Street West near Victoria Street. 310 more words


Secret Neighbourhoods

It’s a well known but little understood phenomenon: the necrotopophilia of neighbourhoods. It’s no surprise that the dynamics of capital must necessarily make for a merry-go-round of median incomes, suburban havens, shopping areas, gated communities, student ghettos, real ghettos, and run-down poor or ex-fashionable districts. 521 more words


Rain Smart Meeting - Tuesday September 26

2017 has been a busy & rainy RAIN season for the Mount Hope neighbourhood. The perfect year to build and test a rain garden! Just ask Steve & Jess! 449 more words

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Global News and CKNW neighbourhood series - Where We Live

This September join Global News and CKNW for “Where We Live” – stories and live broadcasts from our neighbourhoods in Metro Vancouver.

Starting this week until the end of September, watch Global News Hour at 6 for stories on livability, transit and affordability in our city. 311 more words