TEA & TWO SLICES: On Hiding Our Crack Shacks And Banning Anonymous Opinions
by Sean Orr | Iranian immigrants ‘rigorously’ screened for regime links. I mean, you could probably link anyone to a regime. It’s a regime. It’s…interlinkedness…is fundamental to the existence of it’s…regimentiness…and besides, the only reason any of this is happening is because it’s an election year in the States. The way things are headed, Canadians travellers will soon be ‘rigorously’ screened for links to the Harper regime.
What kind of snakehead would do a thing like this? Vancouver police appeal for information after homeless man assaulted in West End.
It’s a good thing they care so much about the homeless in the West End because they sure don’t care about them in the East End: VPD continues illegal shopping-cart demolitions in Downtown Eastside. Even LA made it illegal.
In the rush to clear the streets of visible homeless ahead of the Olympics, the BC Liberals created the following conditions. Public housing in Vancouver called ‘crack shacks and brothels’. Although news to no one, this in-depth exposé highlights the corruption prevalent in the housing ‘industry’.
In what used to be the purest expression of our city’s polarized, prejudiced, adolescent character; Postmedia to put a stop to anonymous comments on its Vancouver websites. Aw, you’re no fun anymore.
Spectra proposes natural gas pipeline across northern British Columbia. I see what you did there. Just announce, like, 43 different pipeline projects in one giant media clusterfuck and at least one will slip through. Clever.
Is solving West Broadway’s transit woes really a lifetime away? Is asking rhetorical questions really a good headline? Also, something about carbon pricing, blah blah blah.
Does Global know the difference between a strike and a lockout? Rocky Mountaineer employees vote to ratify the new contract. Also the contract which was offered is basically a joke so they take the buyout option (there is only a month left in the operating season).
Bonus: New Forms.