4 LUXURY CONDO DEVELOPERS CAN’T FIX AFFORDABILITY PROBLEM
Leslie Campbell | A lack of balance on a June housing forum provides food for thought as to where the community needs to look for answers.
16 CITY MISLED ABOUT REPAIRS TO NEW BRIDGE
David Broadland | FOIed emails show engineers forgot about a serious flaw until it was too late to fix properly. They then forgot that they had forgotten.
18 WHO ARE THE REAL PIPELINE FANATICS?
Leslie Campbell | The fuzzy thinking of Canada’s mainstream political establishment is driving some good citizens to despair.
22 THE PEOPLE AT THE DIRTY END OF THE PIPELINE
Judith Lavoie | Indigenous communities in the path of the oil sands and its pipelines have been left with no good options.
Briony Penn | The recent renewal of fish farm tenures is just the latest in a long saga of denial of First Nations’ fishing rights.
28 VANCOUVER’S ROLE IN THE CHINOOK-SEWAGE-ORCA DEATH SPIRAL
David Broadland | Is Fisheries & Oceans Canada ignoring Washington State research on chemical contamination from sewage treatment plants?
30 CELEBRATING LIFE AND COLOUR
Kate Cino | There’s a lot happening in Grant Leier’s bursting-with-colour paintings.
Aaren Madden | First Nations artist Calvin Hunt’s first solo exhibition celebrates family, culture and a giving spirit.
Mollie Kaye | Aerialist Kaelyn Schmitt plans to ignite the circus arts scene in Victoria.
52 A SITE-SPECIFIC PLAY WITH STYLE, SUBSTANCE AND SCARES
Monica Prendergast | Theatre SKAM and a cast of young people present the award-winning Concord Floral.
54 WINDOWS INTO THE WEIRD AND WONDERFUL
Amy Reiswig | Writer Eve Joseph stretches herself and her readers’ imagination and intellect in her new prose poetry book Quarrels.
Amy Reiswig | Wild Fierce Life: Dangerous Moments on the Outer Coast; Listening to the Bees; Anna, Like Thunder
58 THE PLACE FORMERLY KNOWN AS VICTORIA
Gene Miller | Would amalgamation lead to the creation of a place we care less about?
60 GABE EPSTEIN AND THE GORGE PARK COMMUNITY GARDENS
Maleea Acker | Digging, planting and watering together produces food, strengthens community and helps the bees help us.
62 CONNECTING THE DOTS AT THE COUNTRY FAIR
Trudy Duivenvoorden Mitic | The heavy carbon footprint of most manufacturing processes gives added incentive for re-using material goods.
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