PRESS: Millennial Families Priced Out of Cities

A degree and a job still weren't enough for Oanh Pham and her daughter to find liveable, crime-free housing. Photo David P. Ball.

Yet another piece on the ongoing affordability issues in Vancouver, this time from The Tyee. Some quotes: A lifelong Winnipegger, 33-year old Oanh Pham feels she’s always walking a “tight line” when it comes to housing, even in a city renowned for its relatively affordable market compared to the rest of the country. Yet despite… Continue reading PRESS: Millennial Families Priced Out of Cities

PRESS: Where are the Kids? – Five-part Series

I recently republished a five-part series – called Where are the Kids? – on the distribution of families with children in Vancouver, based on 2006 census information. I originally wrote it for Re:place Magazine, in 2009, prior to switching it over to Spacing Vancouver. Since we recently closed Re:place, I wanted to republish it on Spacing… Continue reading PRESS: Where are the Kids? – Five-part Series