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The Mainlander is an online publication covering local politics and social issues on unceded Indigenous territory belonging to the Musqueam, Skxwú7mesh-ulh Úxwumixw (Squamish), Stó:lo and Tsleil-Waututh nations. The purpose of the Mainlander Writing Society is to support the publication of essays, news, analysis, and investigative features. Our work aims to serve the following roles: provide historical context for breaking news and events as they unfold; unpack political discourse and provide background information needed to hold politicians accountable; present facts that may help social movements and others involved in progressive politics; translate complex, and often misleading, municipal and legislative documents and policies. We aim to be a cornerstone for social movements and political debates in Vancouver. The Mainlander operates through the Mainlander Writing Society, which is a registered non-profit society. We do not accept funding from real estate developers or other corporate interests, freeing us to speak about developers, ruling interests and political parties.


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