Why are young women at higher risk of becoming victims of domestic violence?

A woman is killed by her partner every six days in Canada. A large per cent of those victims are young women.
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Four principles that can end chronic homelessness

Out Front: Evidence from the U.S. shows that everyone can be housed with a smart, affective approach
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Voices of the Street - Literary Edition

Megaphone's annual literary edition Voices of the Street is sold on the streets of Vancouver and Victoria by Megaphone's homeless and low-income vendors. Vendors buy each book for $5 and sell them for $10, keeping the profit. Voices of the Street is Megaphone's annual collection of poems, stories, essays and creative...
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Busking out those street performances

Whether it’s a unicorn unicyclist or eyebrow-burning fire breathers, Downtown Victoria’s Busker Festival is conjuring a new dimension on the city’s sidewalks
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Victoria-based study asks people who use drugs to shape their own primary care

Local News: Researchers hope to put a spotlight on how people living with addiction access the health-care system
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Right to rent: Introducing the Vancouver Tenants Union

July Cover Story: The rent is still too damn high! Tenants unionize to fight back
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Soaking up the rays

Vendor Profile: Victoria’s Richard Gerrand is making the most of his sunny summer days
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No one is free until everybody’s free

Director’s Corner: July is Pride month, and we shouldn’t forget its history of protest
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Farm-to-recovery

Heartbeats: Catching up with Woodwynn Farms, fostering recovery and community on the farm near Victoria
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A year of patrolling the streets during the overdose epidemic

Viewpoints: Spikes on Bikes launched bike and foot patrols in response to the worst overdose epidemic on record—a hard-working rider shares his experience over the program’s first year
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‘It’s a miracle to be alive’

Vendor Profile: Megaphone’s own Vancouver vendor Stephen Scott was one of the recipients of this year’s Courage To Come Back award
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‘I’m your sister and I walk with you’

Vendor Voices: Vancouver vendor Suzanne Kilroy shares her thoughts in honour of Aboriginal Day, June 21
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Vancouver Folk Festival's inclusive vision

Arts Review: Vancouver Folk Festival message stronger than ever in era of bigotry and hate
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Islamophobia is happening in Canada, too

Cover Story: Global and national events raise tensions and fears, and embolden bigots and xenophobes.
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'I want expectation'

Arts Profile: Co-founder of the All Bodies Dance Project, Sarah Lapp talks about working past perceived limitations to achieve her dream of dancing
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Reach out and grab that Megaphone

Director’s Corner: Eight easy steps you can take to boost Megaphone and your community
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Safe Space

Local News: Advocates push for a secure nightlife in Vancouver
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An appetite for change

Heartbeats: Victoria and other small B.C. communities are sharing meals and taking names
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Rising street paper star found dead on U.S. street

INSP News: The International Network of Street Papers mourns the loss of Raven Canon, Springs Echo founder
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Passionate about social justice

Vendor Voices: Vancouver vendor Louise Boilevin is working toward a better future while vigorously learning about the city’s past
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