Downtown Eastside (Vancouver, B.C.)

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The people vs the City of Vancouver : DTES community trial date : Sunday April 19th 1 p.m.

Flyer for demonstration held Sunday, April 19th, 2009 at Pigeon Park, organized "with support" of: The Olympic Resistance Network, the Anti-Poverty Committee, SFPIRG, The Workless Party, and 2010 Watch. "Accused: The City of Vancouver; Charge: Social Cleansing; Dates of Offence: July 2003-Present. Synopsis: Since the Olympic Bid of 2003 the City of Vancouver has waged a violent war on the community of the DTES. . . ."

Vancouver Moving Theatre

Item is a brochure with the following wording: "Vancouver Moving Theatre will delight your delegates, enliven your corporate picnic, inspire your management team. . . .We look forward to working with you to create a performance to enchant your audience and suit your needs."

Vancouver is Awesome

Features the following articles:
Mark Brand's Downtown Eastside
Inside Hootsuite
Former Canucks Goalie, Kirt McLean, on 'the Save'
The Exciting Future of Oakridge Centre
6 Vancouver Deals you must know about
Nominate your Favourites for the Most Awesome Awards

Word of mouth! : November 2010 : issue #1

"What is gentrification? Gentrification is a fancy word for the way the Downtown Eastside is changing. It means richer people push out poorer people in a community. It means property values increase. Gentrification is a process that has happened in hundreds of cities around the world . . . ."

[Vancouver history and Vancouver in the 1930s]

Item is a documentary film documenting a history of Vancouver using historical photographs, maps and records as well as street scenes of Vancouver in the 1930s. The historical portions of the film contain footage about the pioneers of Vancouver including Captain George Vancouver, John Morton (first resident of what was to become the City of Vancouver), Mr. Wm. Evans (engineer on the first transcontinental train into Port Moody), Lord Granville, John Robson, Richard Earl Howe, Admiral, and Sir Harry Burrard Neale. The film also contains footage of a map of First Narrows, Burrard Inlet, English Bay and nearby Government reserves as well as a map of False Creek, the West End and the East End. In addition there is footage of Hastings Mill (1887), Gastown (1887), the heart of the city (1884), the 1886 fire, City Hall after the fire, the CPR (1887), Indian ranches on Lost Lagoon, clearings near Stanley Park, Vancouver in 1888 and 1890, the entrance to Stanley Park (1890), as well as city scenes of Vancouver in the early twentieth century.