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Fight to preserve artistic cabin

January 24, 2015

For over 150 years squatters — artists, sailors who had jumped ship, bohemians and people unable or unwilling to pay rent — have made improvised homes for themselves along the shores of the Fraser River, Vancouver Harbour and Burrard Inlet. Vancouver Sun – News / Vancouver

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Historic Vancouver artists’ cabin ordered removed ahead of condo development

January 21, 2015
Historic Vancouver artists’ cabin ordered removed ahead of condo development

A small blue cabin built in the 1930s in the woods near North Vancouver’s Cates Park is slated for removal at the end of January, because of condos being built nearby. CBC | British Columbia News

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Vancouver artists fight to save historic cabin in the woods

January 20, 2015

Artists Carole Itter and Al Neil are being evicted from their cabin in Cates Park in North Vancouver because the adjacent property has been sold to a developer. Now a number of prominent players on the local art scene are working to save the little cabin that tells a big story about Vancouver’s history. The Globe and [...]

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Widgeon Lake cabin arson suspects turn themselves in to police

July 22, 2014

Three men Coquitlam RCMP suspect of burning down a cabin, which is only accessible by boat near Pitt Lake, have turned themselves in to police. Vancouver Sun – News / Vancouver

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Why this B.C. cabin was a labour of love for its architects

July 7, 2014

The couple built it without formal plans – and with helping hands of friends and family s globeandmail – British Columbia

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