One-way streets are a relatively new phemenon and encourage drivers to drive faster, says John Calimente. He argues it's time to convert Vancouver's one-ways back to their two-way pasts.
Sep 28, 2010 re:place Magazine
Local food advocates have promoted the idea of only eating food raised within 50 miles of your home. But how about 2 blocks? A Vancouver neighborhood experiments in communal growing.
Sep 23, 2010 The Vancover Sun
Cycling activists in Vancouver are trying to tout the economic benefits of bike lanes to help build the case for a proposed separated bike lane.
Sep 4, 2010 Straight.com
Despite its reputation as a planner's dream, the city of Vancouver has incredibly high housing prices, which is part of the reason <em>New Geography</em>'s Steve Lafleur calls it a middle class nightmare.
Aug 20, 2010 New Geography
Canadian cities like Montreal and Vancouver are riding the green train, aiming to transform themselves into some of the greenest cities in the world.
Aug 17, 2010 The Canadian Press via Yahoo!
Officials are planning to install a second major separated bike lane in downtown Vancouver. Local business owners are trying to stop them.
Aug 13, 2010 The Vancouver Sun
Vancouver's streets are buzzing with a new wave of street food vendors, part of a pilot program to expand formalized informal commerce downtown.
Jul 15, 2010 Globe and Mail
The city of Vancouver has announced a plan to dedicate $100,000 to fund neighborhood-based food security projects.
Jun 25, 2010 The Vancouver Sun
The idea was for the homes to be 'mortgage helpers' or cheaper way to house elderly parents. Since the citywide policy was passed last year, 89 laneways have been approved and some are already generating complaints.
Jun 24, 2010 The Globe and Mail
The new bike lane is fully separated from car traffic and runs downtown on Dunsmuir Street, and is being tested for the next six months for viability.
Jun 16, 2010 Price Tags blog