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False Creek heritage streetcar and transit centre development feasibility report

"In June of 1991, a conceptual proposal for the use of the False Creek Transit site was presented to the BC Transit Board of Directors and the Vancouver Regional Transit Commission. The Board of Directors. . . requested a study be initiated to determine the feasibility of operating a False Creek Heritage Streetcar system . . . ."

Dennis Cooney

False Creek heritage streetcar and transit centre development : appendix A : site planning report

"Long term transit planning for downtown Vancouver has indicated a need for a transit service around False Creek which can be better integrated with downtown and the metropolitan region. City of Vancouver policies are increasingly emphasizing the need for energy efficient land use and transportation initiatives. This report presents a vision that addresses these needs . . . ."

Baker McGarva Hart Ltd.

Canwest : media bully

"Vancouver - Sun owner CanWest has launched an unprecedented civil lawsuit against local activists. In this direct attack on freedom of expression, the activists are being sued for a four-page parody of the Sun's well-known bias for the illegal Israeli occupation of Palestinian territories. . . ."

The Capilano Review

Includes photos by Robert Blake, of the following individuals: Willard Holmes, director, Vancouver Art Gallery; Tomio Wakiyama, photojounalist; Ron Dutton, Librarian; Richard Tetrault, painter; Vancouver Mayor Gordon Campbell; Patricia Canning, planning consultant; Emery Barnes, MLA Vancouver.

Open Vancouver : heritage house tour

Booklet and guide for open house tour held June 1, 2003. Addresses include: 4675 West 4th Avenue, 1734 Dunbar Street, 2744 Dunbar Street, 2036 West 13th Avenue, 2005 West 16th Avenue, 1526 Angus Drive, 7255 Granville Street, 3118 Alberta Street, 446 Union Street, 656 East Georgia Street, 602 Keefer Street, 1415 Barclay Street, 1523 Davie Street, and Mole Hill.

Open Vancouver : sacred sites tour

Guide for tour held December 11, 2004. Includes the following churches: Christ Church Cathedral, 690 Burrard Street; Holy Rosary Cathedral, 646 Richards Street; St. James Anglican Church, 303 East Cordova Street; St. Mary's Church, Kerrisdale, 2490 West 37th Avenue; Unitarian Church of Vancouver, 949 West 49th Avenue; Canadian Memorial Church, 1806 West 15th Avenue; Vancouver Buddhist Church, 220 Jackson Avenue; Ryerson United Church, 2195 West 45th Avenue.

Historic markets map of Strathcona

"Almost from the beginning, Strathcona has been home to both business and residences. Some, like the Venice Bakery or Freybe, which started in the back of local Strathcona houses, later became large, well-known Vancouver firms; others such as Benny's Italian Foods, are well known but are considereed local neighourhood secrets . . . . "

Open Vancouver heritage house tour

Event held Sunday, June 4, 2006. Tour includes the following houses: 1826 Blanca Street, 4446 West 5th Avenue, 2553 Wallace Crescent, 4161 Crown Crescent, 4051 Marguerite Street, 1550 Angus Drive, 2544 Columbia Street, 2532 Columbia Street, 844 Dunlevy Avenue, 2449 Dundas Street.

Vanguard : October 1983

Contents: "The First Fifty Years - The Vancouver Art Gallery 1931-1983," "From Courthouse to Gallery - Putting Art in its Place," " Hotrod and Cabbages - The Homely Surrealism of Gathie Falk," "Painting the Streets - Vancouver Art Now," "Gallery Listings."

Strathcona 2010 : a clear vision for our community

"A vision for Strathcona - of itself and its future - was articulated in the Strathcona Community Plan, approved by the City of Vancouver in June, 1992. Sixteen years later, we want to remain true to the principles of our plan while revitalizing it to face the challenges of a changing and rapidly growing metropolitan Vancouver . . . . "

A new beginning : Oakridge Centre

Special advertising feature published in the Vancouver Sun, Wednesday, October 17, 1984.
"To the Oakridge tradition of superb customer service add new facilities, new amenities, the new convenience of expanded parking, the comfort and beauty of the classic galleria, and much more."

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