In the latest issue of Megaphone we finish our two-part series about Vancouver's changing face of homelessness. With rising real estate prices pushing more people out of the downtown core, Vancouver's homeless numbers have been quietly growing in the city's suburbs. In this issue we break down what Burnaby, Richmond, Delta, Maple Ridge and Langley are doing to answer their homelessness problems.
We also preview the upcoming Women's Memorial March (which will be celebrating its 20th anniversary); look at the mysterious 'I Love You' graffiti that has popped up around town; ask why the province hasn't done anything yet to stop 'renovictions'; and review Michael Christie's The Beggar's Garden (a new short-story book about the Downtown Eastside).
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