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Vancouver's nighttime economy needs to realize its full potential, councillor says

A Vancouver councillor is looking to unlock the full potential of the city’s nighttime economy and erase its reputation as a “no fun” place to live. 414 more words


Transit Oases

One of the most fitting aspects of the phrase “transit deserts” – areas drastically underserved by public transit – is the mirage-like effect you get when, straining your eyes toward the suburban horizon, you trick yourself into thinking that the headlights of an approaching car is actually the bus you desperately want to arrive. 409 more words

North America

It’s A Dangerous Time For Transit

A special thanks to Rachel Snyder and Sarah Murphy Abbamonte for becoming sponsors of the Urban Phoenix this past week!  If you would like to become a member and receive monthly exclusive content, … 902 more words

Home is Where You Park it

This wonderful little Ford Transit Mk1 camper van was discovered by one of our Elves on Flickr today. Being old, slow, and without a single racing stripe or gun anywhere to be seen we don’t think the Elf in question really appreciated it, but nevertheless they thought it would earn them a meal token and thus they returned it to TLCB Towers. 50 more words


Stage 2 LRT - Geotechnical Drilling Starting Soon

As part of the work for Stage 2 LRT, there will be drilling in QTN sometime in the next couple weeks between May 27th and June 15th, 2019. 54 more words


Daily Astrology 5/24/2019

“Sometimes I think,
I need a spare heart to feel
all the things I feel.”

Sanober Khan, A Thousand Flamingos

Moon (emotions) is hyper-sensitive this morning as it… 319 more words


298,000 workers in Canada's clean energy sector in 2017 according to new Navius report

Released on May 23, Missing the Bigger Picture: Tracking the Energy Revolution 2019  summarizes research commissioned by Clean Energy Canada and conducted by Navius Research.  The report emphasizes the healthy growth of Canada’s clean energy sector – which employed 298,000 people in 2017, representing 2% of Canadian employment.  294 more words

Green Economy