Skip to content
Join our Newsletter
Join our Newsletter

Mike Howell

Mike Howell

Recent Work by Mike

Vancouver housing provider sees overdose deaths double since last year

Vancouver housing provider sees overdose deaths double since last year

Atira lost 23 tenants and four guests to overdose this year compared to 13 for same period in 2020.
Column: Remembering ‘incomparable’ Indigenous leader Lillian Howard

Column: Remembering ‘incomparable’ Indigenous leader Lillian Howard

The 70-year-old champion of Indigenous rights and culture died Oct. 30
Taryn’s story: How an autistic adult found housing in Vancouver

Taryn’s story: How an autistic adult found housing in Vancouver

Unique project at nine-storey complex includes 16 suites for people living with autism
Data update: B.C.'s overdose crisis and pandemic by the numbers

Data update: B.C.'s overdose crisis and pandemic by the numbers

Vancouver Coastal Health's chief medical officer spoke to city council Thursday on both public health emergencies.
Indigenous grandfather not likely to learn officers’ fate in Vancouver BMO arrest until 2022

Indigenous grandfather not likely to learn officers’ fate in Vancouver BMO arrest until 2022

Maxwell Johnson, granddaughter also filed complaints with B.C. Human Rights Tribunal and Canadian Human Rights Commission
Prince George couple loses fight to prove 'bat colony' lived in house

Prince George couple loses fight to prove 'bat colony' lived in house

First-time homebuyers left with $33,000 bill to keep bats out of ceiling.
From Afghanistan to B.C.: How one family escaped the Taliban

From Afghanistan to B.C.: How one family escaped the Taliban

B.C. is now home to 77 new Afghan families, with more to come by the end of the week.
Election 2021: Has the Trudeau Liberals’ national housing strategy benefited B.C.?

Election 2021: Has the Trudeau Liberals’ national housing strategy benefited B.C.?

Glacier Media spoke to developers, politicians and housing experts to find out
A tale of two B.C. fentanyl dealers: Why one went to prison, and the other didn’t

A tale of two B.C. fentanyl dealers: Why one went to prison, and the other didn’t

Oliver Chau and Donna Howard were sentenced in July for separate drug dealing offences in Kelowna and Surrey
Budget officer: Canada’s housing strategy having ‘limited impact’

Budget officer: Canada’s housing strategy having ‘limited impact’

Federal minister announced more than $127 million in construction loans Wednesday in East Vancouver