May 26, 2021
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REAL ESTATE #3 – Terminal City
Vancouver is obsessed with real estate. But what most people don’t realize, is that it’s been this way from the beginning.
Arshy Mann
Host & Producer, COMMONS
Jordan Cornish
Producer, COMMONS
Kevin Sexton
Producer
Damilola Onime
Producer, Wag the Doug

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Vancouver is obsessed with real estate. But what most people don’t realize, is that it’s been this way from the beginning. 

Three stories of the swindlers, segregationists and profiteers that made Terminal City what it is.

 

Featured in this episode: Jesse Donaldson, Jordan Stanger-Ross, Michael Abe, Stephen Learey

 

To learn more:

Land of Destiny: A History of Vancouver Real Estate by Jesse Donaldson

Landscapes of Injustice: A New Perspective on the Internment and Dispossession of Japanese Canadians edited by Jordan Stanger-Ross

Expo 86 evictions: remembering the fair’s dark side” by Rafferty Baker in CBC News

 

Additional music from Audio Network

This episode is sponsored by Dispatch Coffee and Value(s) by Mark Carney

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