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Justin Fung | KENNEDY STEWART IS GREGOR | 馮凱威 🚫 2h
14 towers w/ 2900+ units going up at Oakridge by 2025, priced at $2000+/sqft, largely unaffordable to locals, being sold offshore to the highest bidder, but yeah we aren’t building enough towers to catch up to Surrey! Good job approving 35 expensive rental units!
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Lesli Boldt 24h
I am 100% with on this. I know, it’s unexpected. Thank you to , , ...the majority of Council for making the right call on this. Good grief re: the rest.
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dustin godfrey 11h
From : Policing strategies create barriers to accessing prevention sites in the Downtown Eastside.
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The Tyee 37s
“We’re not just going to sing a song that we are equal, we need action so that we have equality here.”
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Christine Boyle Sep 11
Delighted to see this moving forward. Huge thanks to all those who showed their support, and who have shared really moving messages about wanting to welcome low-income and systemically vulnerable residents into their neighbourhood!
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TRUMP-ZUCKERBERG2020 Sep 16
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Squamish Nation Sep 17
Squamish Nation Celebrates BC Court of Appeal Decision on Trans Mountain Environmental Assessment Certificate. MEDIA RELEASE:
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OpenHousing 13h
A controversial Vancouver developer has had to slash prices of his unsold inventory by as much as by a third after failing to attract buyers to his infill project which had been languishing on the market for nearly three years.
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OpenHousing Sep 12
Metro Vancouver mortgage lenders are finding it difficult to locate their borrowers to serve foreclosure papers as default rates skyrocket.
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Christine Boyle Sep 11
I’m disappointed that this passed. I support more secure rental housing across the city, but it can’t come at the expense of existing secure (and more affordable) rental homes. There is plenty of RS/RT land for new rental. This level displacement is heartbreaking.
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Ken Chan 48m
"Renters deserve to live on quiet and calm streets, not just on arterials." - , who lives 5 blocks away.
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The Tyee 2h
If Pokemon is so good at teaching kids about an imaginary world, why can’t a similar game teach them about the real one? Hold that thought.
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Melissa De Genova 23h
Never thought I’d say needs 2 catch up 2 !! Not office, instead After hearing speakers/reading emails- I voted YES for ✅35 secured market homes ✅ 4 households earning $70-$150k ✅56.7 ft (5 stories!)
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Christine Boyle Sep 17
If we want mixed-income neighbourhoods, we first “need to look at how to make our wealthier neighbourhoods integrate more low-income housing.”
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Derrick O'Keefe 🌹🌱 11h
Glad to see this new rental housing approved instead of condos the zoning allowed. Ultimately, of course, we need massive public investment in non-market rental, coops, & social housing
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Christine Boyle Sep 17
PSA: I finally watched all 9.5 minutes of this, and I don't regret it. (Also, more streets named after golf courses than women and POC combined? Unsurprising, but still somewhat rage-inducing...)
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Gaurav Mehra 17m
a very logical statement from in this recent article "Our city is not just about building housing. It's about building complete communities, and services to address the new population that we're dealing with."
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homeless dave 3h
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mtnbvan™ 🚨#CleanHouse of #VisionLegacy🔎💸 13h
GW has a lot of so-called SFD that are affordable rentals and secondary suites, as do over 33% of houses in Van & Metro. Would be interesting to know if these land assembled homes were rented out and @ what rates CC:
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Scott de Lange Boom 13h
Spending 2 nights of council and staff time to decide if there should be a 5 story rental building or a 4 story condo building is not a good use of time for the government of a large city
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