Vancouver City Council unanimously passes the DTES Community Economic Development Strategy.
Interest in SME best practices for social inclusion high in Vancouver
Over 70 business owners, local non-profits and even a few residents and City staff packed into Lost + Found Cafe this Thursday to hear about CommunityWise. The program has been designed by the Hastings Crossing BIA, LOCO BC, Carnegie Community Centre and Recipes For Success, in response to concerns about social inclusion from community members […]
Vancouver Queer Film Festival Continues to Impress
The Vancouver Queer Film Festival is the 2nd largest yearly film festival in Vancouver and one that continues to bring in fantastic content from around the world. Hastings Crossing BIA had the pleasure this past Thursday of welcoming the audience to a film that received a lot of excitement at Sundance earlier this year, Appropriate […]
Hastings Crossing BIA Launches in Vancouver’s DTES
After nearly three years of community consultation, surveys, public meetings and planning the Hastings Crossing BIA (HxBIA) is in full swing. Though it represents only one quadrant of the DTES, it’s the last piece of the puzzle in this historic part of the city, filling a longstanding geographic gap between Strathcona BIA, Gastown BIA, Chinatown […]