Building community

Heartbeats: Victoria’s tool library opens itself up for lending
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922 Lives Lost

Cover Story: And it would have been more if not for the vigilant volunteers of Vancouver's Overdose Prevention Society
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Where are you from, really?

Viewpoints: Multiculturalism is having weird side effects on those of mixed cultural heritage
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To end homelessness, prevent it from happening in the first place

Solutions Series: Early diagnosis and access to multiple supports keep people off the street
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New election, same problems

Director's Corner: This May, tell politicians why we really live in this great province
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Watching the harbour

Vendor Voices: Vancouver vendor Bob Dennis reflects on the story told by the boats that pass along our shorelines
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Maintained SROs play a critical role in the housing spectrum

Solutions Series: For many, vanishing ‘single-room occupancy’ hotels mean independent shelter within their budget. We can save them.
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Ushering in a new wave

Arts Profile: Indigenous hip-hop duo Mob Bounce is positioned to be heard nation-wide as they gear up for a breakout year
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Getting it done

Cover Story: Downtown Eastside artist, stuntman, actor, motivational speaker, and mentor, Duane Howard has travelled the world but still supports his community
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Dream Girl

Vendor Voices: Vancouver vendor Bernie Bouzane shares a poem he wrote, set to music, 50 years ago
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Mel Hennan: July 8, 1963 – December 2016

Megaphone News: Remembering Mel Hennan, a gentle warrior, a bright spirit, and a friend
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It takes a village to raise a totem pole

Heartbeats: Murdered and Missing Women, survivors, and the Downtown Eastside honoured in Survivors Totem Pole
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Michael Illing: October 25, 1959 – December 7, 2016

Megaphone News: Michael Illing, our friend and Megaphone vendor, passed away on December 7 in Vancouver
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Victoria’s champion thanks her community

Vendor Profile: Evelyn Baron is Victoria’s 2016 Vendor of the Year
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The physical is political

Viewpoints: February is Superbowl month. Should you cheer or protest? Yes.
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The crime of addiction

Viewpoints: Trapped in the child-care system
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Surviving transit, together

Vancouver vendor Peter Thompson reflects on some stand-out transit experiences he's had over the years
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No, Homelessness Doesn’t Have to Be Forever

Calgary and other cities are 'wrapping' their citizens in help, starting with shelter. It works.
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Yes! In My Backyard!

A commitment to neighbourliness eases resistance to new supportive housing. Part of a series.
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Rethinking Tent Cities as a Help in Housing Crisis, Not a Nuisance

Activists says BC should follow Portland, Seattle in allowing shelter under polycotton
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