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[Podcast] 2013 Year in Review

the city twitter icon - finalOver three podcasts, we revisit the year’s critical urban discussions on topics and ideas ranging from transportation along Vancouver’s Broadway corridor, the degradation of work in postindustrial urban economies, gentrification in Vancouver’s Chinatown, feminist urban futures and social movements, the making of Stanley Park, arts and cultural spaces, and much more.

In Part III of the 2013 Year in Review, former city councillor and Women Transforming Cities founder Ellen Woodsworth discusses the major issues from the past year.

Part I

Part II

Part III (featuring Ellen Woodsworth)

[Podcast] Making Stanley Park: The Forgotten Families of Whoi Whoi, Kanaka Ranch, and Brockton Point

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In the first episode of a three-part series, historian and author Jean Barman reflects on Stanley Park’s 125th Anniversary and processes of dispossession

Historian and author Jean Barman reflects on Stanley Park’s 125th Anniversary and processes of dispossession which were part of the making of Stanley Park.

Her book Stanley Park’s Secret won the 2006 City of Vancouver Book Prize.

She also situates Stanley Park within the country’s broader colonial geographies and the ongoing work of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission on residential schools.