APOLOGIES TO MAURICE SENDAK

The Vancouver Courier, Mar. 23

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POVERTY, PLUTOCRACY AND A PLACE TO LIVE

Last December, the controversial Rev. Ric Matthews resigned from the First United Church, citing the clash between official safety requirements and the overflow of Vancouver homeless seeking shelter. The very same day, The City of Vancouver, Reliance Properties, and ITC Construction Group rolled out their 230-square-foot “microloft” apartments, pitching the $850 a month rentals as …

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“INTERNET OF THINGS” WILL TAP EVERYTHING, EVERYWHERE

Back 2001, I bought a silver 2000 Chevrolet Cavalier. The windows operated by cable-not electrically-and that appealed to me. I'd heard stories about the expense of replacing electronic panels on vehicle dashboards after the failure of a single chip, so I preferred a stupid vehicle over a smart one.Soon every other consumer device will be …

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