Van Mag Q&A

The Van Mag Q&A: Josh Gordon on intergenerational equity and the real estate market

The Van Mag Q&A: Josh Gordon on intergenerational equity and the real estate market

Why a political science prof waded into the housing debate—and why it has everyone talking

The Van Mag Q&A: Brent Toderian

The Van Mag Q&A: Brent Toderian

Former chief planner Brent Toderian talks about the art of building a new neighbourhood, the value of failure, and what qualities the next city planner needs to have

The Van Mag Q&A: David Eby on our hot housing market

The Van Mag Q&A: David Eby on our hot housing market

The NDP MLA for Vancouver-Point Grey has been an outspoken critic of the provincial government's inaction on the housing file. Now, he's taking that fight to the next level

The Van Mag Q&A: The Katherines

The Van Mag Q&A: The Katherines

Vancouver musicians The Katherines talk about this city's music scene and their role in it

The Van Mag Q&A: UBC’s Philip Steenkamp on divestment

The Van Mag Q&A: UBC’s Philip Steenkamp on divestment

UBC's VP of external relations talks about why his university decided not to sell off its holdings in publicly-traded fossil fuel companies—and why that doesn't mean it isn't serious about climate change

The Van Mag Q&A: Ian Young on racism and real estate

The Van Mag Q&A: Ian Young on racism and real estate

The South China Morning Post’s Ian Young tackles two interconnected issues we're afraid to talk about in Vancouver  

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