This article, posted to CBC News, was an oddly timed fluff piece praising the redevelopment of Woodward’s — oddly timed, because it coincided with Westbank’s Fight For Beauty exhibition, which also argued that the Woodward’s redevelopment had a positive revitalizing effect on the neighbourhood, which W.W.A.S. research demonstrates is not true. What is interesting about this article, is that it goes through the chronology of the closure of the Woodward’s department store, which is still a source of nostalgia and sadness for the community. That being said, it glosses over the Fama era of the redevelopment and the fights for social housing. It jumps right from Jim Green’s involvement in the project in his capacity as city councillor and DERA, to Westbank’s involvement.