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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Looking to the future

Doug Allen reflects on leaving homelessness and breaking stigma
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Holiday Profile: Teresa

Teresa has big plans for new ventures
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Holiday Profile: John

John says he's ready for whatever the new years brings!
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Holiday Profile: Vince Broad

Vince Broad hopes to get in some travelling in 2017
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Hoop Dreams

Heartbeats: Downtown Eastside athlete finds his path on the courts
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Holiday Profile: Fred Willingdon

This Victoria vendor has a lot to look forward to in the new year
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Holiday Profile: Suzanne Kilroy

Long-time Megaphone and Hope in Shadows vendor Suzanne Kilroy shares her hopes for the new year
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Love over adversity

Vendor Profile: Ada and Bruce stick together through thick and thin
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We come to witness

Cover Story: Indigenous artist Sonny Assu keeps it real—from the Vancouver Art Gallery to his home on Vancouver Island
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‘Your Voice Still Matters’

Heartbeats: Meet the members of the Black Lives Matter Vancouver movement
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Happy bus driver

Vendor Voices: Jim Ryder pens a poem both funny and dark about riding on the bus through the eyes of a bus driver
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Naloxone in hand

The anti-overdose medication should be in every first aid kit, say advocates
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Part 1: Tent Cities

Tent cities. They're popping up all over British Columbia, a visible symptom of the homelessness crisis that left up to 15,000 people without homes last year. What if they could be part of a solution?
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Congratulations Peter!

Congratulations to Peter Thompson, Megaphone's Vancouver Vendor of the Year 2016!
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'My own boss'

Vendor Profile: Levi Holland has been selling Megaphone for nearly a decade
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Literary Icon

Cover Story: With a new graphic novel on the wing, Margaret Atwood talks comics, climate change, and poverty
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Vancouver's beating heart

Arts Preview: The Heart of the City Festival puts a spotlight on the Downtown Eastside neighbourhood, featuring plenty Megaphone talents
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'Expecting the Unexpected'

Arts Profile: Vancouver artist Johnnie Christmas collaborates with Margaret Atwood on Angel Catbird comic
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Trouble on the Waterfront

Local News: Proposed changes for the Downtown Eastside’s only park on the water raise concerns
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