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Did Leonard Nimoy Actually Live in That Tree-Topped Building?

Did Leonard Nimoy Actually Live in That Tree-Topped Building?

The truth about the West End's tree-topped Eugenia Place.

Meet Vancouver’s First Aboriginal Relations Manager

Meet Vancouver’s First Aboriginal Relations Manager

Ginger Gosnell-Meyers shares her perspective on the future of reconciliation.

Month-to-Month Special: What’s Up with Money Shame?

Month-to-Month Special: What’s Up with Money Shame?

Whether your paycheque is high, low or right in the middle, many of us feel sheepish about what we earn. An expert tells us why.

Alone Together: Vancouver Might Be More Socially Isolated Than Ever

Alone Together: Vancouver Might Be More Socially Isolated Than Ever

Six years ago, a Vancouver Foundation survey identified social isolation as the city's most pressing problem. Has anything changed?

Fentanyl: ‘The Police Can’t Arrest Their Way Out of This’

Fentanyl: ‘The Police Can’t Arrest Their Way Out of This’

Where it's coming from, why it's so deadly, and what it will take to end the overdose crisis, according to a top Vancouver cop.

Our Favourite Celebrity Sightings from the VanMag Archives

Our Favourite Celebrity Sightings from the VanMag Archives

Celebs (Michael Bublé! Sarah McLachlan! David Suzuki!) have had plenty of moments on our covers and in our pages. Here are a few of our favourites.

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This Just In: Vancouver’s Got a Thing for Hunky Mayors

This Just In: Vancouver’s Got a Thing for Hunky Mayors

Digging through the archives for our 50th anniversary issue made us realize that our mayors have one striking similarity.

Check Out These Incredible Photos of Vancouver Nightlife Circa 1980

Check Out These Incredible Photos of Vancouver Nightlife Circa 1980

Graceland, the Gandy Dancer and our first Pride Parade—a local photographer takes us on a journey into the '80s club scene.

How Drug Users are the First Line of Defense in the Opioid Crisis

How Drug Users are the First Line of Defense in the Opioid Crisis

The Portland Hotel Society's Spikes on Bikes program combats stigma and save lives with peer-level outreach.

Is Vancouver Ready for the High Line Effect?

Is Vancouver Ready for the High Line Effect?

The $200-million park planned for Northeast False Creek could become a glittering urban gem—and another dividing line between rich and poor.

Summer Camp Gives Refugee Kids a Chance to Connect

Summer Camp Gives Refugee Kids a Chance to Connect

UBC students behind the East Vancouver Newcomer Camp draw on the power of sport to help kids feel at home.