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    The memorialization of Mewa Singh

    Almost 100 years ago, Mewa Singh walked into Vancouver’s courthouse and shot William Hopkinson, an immigration inspector tasked with undermining anti-colonial organizing. What does it mean to commemorate Singh as an “anti-racist activist”?

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    The Cost-Benefit Analysis of Getting Around Town

    It takes a lot of forethought, time, and energy to plan a life without a vehicle.

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    The Rise of Philanthrocapitalism

    Why have our cities become increasingly stratified places, where farmers’ markets flourish amid escalating inequality and skyrocketing housing costs?