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Vancouver's Trump Tower denied nightclub liquor licence in surprising vote

In a startling turn of events, Vancouver City Council has denied the Trump Tower a liquor licence, prohibiting them from operating a bar or nightclub. 537 more words


New Grants for Emerging Artists to Spark Creative Projects

Creative Spark Vancouver

The City of Vancouver is pleased to offer a new grant program for emerging artists, presented in partnership with ArtStarts in Schools. Creative Spark Vancouver supports emerging artists and fosters their capacity to work with young people. 440 more words

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Tax Increases, Affordable Housing, What About Jobs?

We all realize there is a homeless population in our community. A population that for any number of reasons, seems to have grown over the last couple years. 991 more words

Clark County Issues

George Francisco, Honesty Really Is the Best Policy

I really had intended to stay out of campaigns this election, but at this late date find myself compelled to enter the fray to not only counter the many lies being told by Vancouver City Council candidate, George R. 1,054 more words

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Controversial $450,000 art piece approved by Vancouver Parks Board

The Vancouver Parks Board approved a controversial sculpture, that’s set to go in Hastings Park.

The sculpture is called “Home and Away” and features two bleacher-like staircases side-by-side, measuring a total height of 15 metres by 30 metres in length. 236 more words


More Desperation and Prevarication in Vancouver

Word has reached me that Vancouver Mayor, Tim ‘the Liar’ Leavitt is working overtime trying to create a link between David Madore and city councilor Bill Turlay in order to help out his rubber stamp friend, George Francisco since Madore donated to his campaign 4 years ago. 359 more words


Business license review will weed out prospective Vancouver pot shops

Vancouver city council has finalized how it will regulate and license marijuana businesses.

Mayor Gregor Robertson and council spent the last four days in public hearings where they heard the opinions of  nearly 200 speakers on how to deal with more than  606 more words