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But one expert doesn't think the website is going to co-operate.
Vancouver's city planners could learn a thing or two from Europe.
Five Vancouver residents wanted the two men removed from office for accepting campaign funds from a union.
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With less than two weeks to go before the civic election, incumbent mayor and Vision Vancouver leader Gregor Robertson is suing opponent Kirk LaPointe for defamation. In a statement of claim filed Thu...
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If you're a Vancouver property taxpayer, a chill should be running down your spine.
We thought the uproar had settled on a new Vancouver bylaw that kicked in last month and requires all doors in new buildings be equipped with lever handles instead of old-fashioned knobs. But apparent...
If the B.C. NDP have sprung to life, they have a strange way of showing it off, by failing to sign up members and sending experienced candidates packing. In contrast, supporters of the B.C. Liberal Party are showing up in strong numbers and backing A-listers.
Vancouver City Coun. Geoff Meggs, considered to be a slam dunk to win the Vancouver-Fairview nomination lost badly to former union boss and Sierra Club executive director George Heyman, creating online buzz thanks to its unexpected outcome. What is perhaps most interesting about Sunday's vote, however, is the way it illustrated both the close ties and competing agendas of Vision Vancouver and the B.C. NDP.
B.C. Liberal party director Mike McDonald made an interesting point on Sunday. Not one to miss an opportunity for a partisan shot given the nature of his political post, McDonald tweeted: "Shocked at low NDP turnout in Fairview. Huge media, high profile candidates, less than 400 voted. NDP support not deep." Despite the dig, McDonald is on to something. But what he's on to isn't pretty and regrettably it ails all political parties in B.C.
George Heyman has been nominated the NDP candidate in Vancouver–Fairview for the upcoming provincial election. The Sierra Club B.C. executive director and former B.C. Government and Service Employees...
Vancouver's Affordable Housing Task Force is calling for "thinner streets,” row housing and greater density in its final report, which is to go to council next week. Councillor Geoff Meggs says that...