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I think people don’t realize it exists. If you’re just walking down the street, a co-op looks exactly like any other apartment building.
 

 
More than 2,000 non-profit housing co-ops — from buildings with four units to complexes with hundreds of apartments — exist in Canada. There are 263 in B.C. alone. Most were created with federal and provincial funding from the 1970s to the 1990s, according to the Co-operative Housing Federation of B.C.

A non-profit co-op is like a democratic country: residents have a vote in how it’s run as long as they live there. And because it’s not trying to make money, the co-op can charge lower rates than average private rents.

 
Lore Krill Co-op

CO OP Housing A1
CO OP Housing 2
CO OP Housing 3

 
Connaught Co-op, Vancouver
The Connaught Co-op has 63 two-bedroom units that are 797 sq. ft. The monthly charge is $1005 with a minimum income requirement of $38,5000.

CO OP Housing 4
CO OP Housing 5

Creekview Housing Co-op

The Creekview Housing Co-op is an eight-storey building with 103 units on Granville Island. It has an on-site daycare.

CO OP Housing 6

 

Amicae Housing Co-operative, Vancouver

CO OP Housing 7

 
Housing co-ops in Vancouver Eastside

CO OP Housing 8

CO OP Housing 9

CO OP Housing 10

CO OP Housing 11

CO OP Housing 12

CO OP Housing 13

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
A Vancouver dispensary has installed what it says is Canada’s first vending machine for medical marijuana.

The B.C. Pain Society offers “high-grade” medical pot sealed in tamper-proof, sealed bags and sold in the machine for $50 per half ounce.
 

 
Only members can use the machine.

 
Vending Machine 1
 

Pot vending machines come to Colorado

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

 
 
 
 
 

 
A glowing North Vancouver view last night

 
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Dougiedog Hot Dog Joint

Would you spend a $100 for this?

Why the name “Dragon Dog”?

The launch of this hot dog coincides with the beginning of Chinese Year of the Dragon. It also coincides with their appearance on Dragon’s Den, the most popular show on Canadian television.”

Dragon Dog is the first hot dog in the world to sell for three figures. It challenges current Guinness record holder the “haute dog” at Serendipity restaurant in New York which costs $69.

A Vancouver eatery is billing its new Dragon Dog as the most expensive hotdog in the world.

DougieDog Hot Dogs says the footlong creation is “mouth-wateringly delicious” — and it’ll set diners back $100.

The Dragon Dog is made with a bratwurst infused with century-old Louis the 13th cognac, which costs more than $2,000 a bottle.

Other ingredients include Kobe beef seared in olive and truffle oil, fresh lobster and a secret picante sauce.

DougieDog proprietor dougie luv says he wanted to come up something “super tasty and high-end” that stays true to the traditional identity of the hot dog.

The restaurant claims the Dragon Dog is the first hotdog in the world to sell for three figures, challenging the $69 “haute dog” at Serendipity restaurant in New York.

Vancouver eatery says its $100 hotdog is infused with $2,000 a bottle cognac

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Enjoy the aroma at Vancouver’s best hot dogs. Where else can you get an all-natural, healthy hot dog?

We have the largest selection of root beer, including our very own butterscotch root beer; which was unveiled on Dragon’s Den.

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World’s Most Expensive Hot Dog: Broxton Roxs sets world record
BOSTON, MA, USA — The Brockton Rox of the independent Cam-Am League celebrated National Hot Dog Day by unveiling a $80 “K-O Dog,” created by On-Field emcee Troy Goodwin and Brockton Rox executive Chef Ben Glanz; it contains mushroom dust, caviar and creme freche topping – setting the new world record for the Most expensive hot dog.

Details on: http://www.worldrecordsacademy.org

Meet the $69 hot dog
Serendipity 3, often written Serendipity III is a restaurant in the Upper East Side of Manhattan founded by Stephen Bruce in 1954.
Wikipedia

It’s official; the Guiness World Records has declared the “haute dog” at New York’s legendary Serendipity 3 as the most expensive hot dog in the world, at $69 a serving. CBSNews.com’s Karina Mitchell reports.