Anyone who construed Robertson's margin of victory over Kirk LaPointe and his council majority as a decisive win needs to look under the hood to appreciate how the wheels just about fell off the Vision Vancouver election machine.
In mid-March, over lunch, a friend asked my opinion on Vancouver politics and Mayor Gregor Robertson. I wasn’t impressed
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It has become clear to me that public opinion has swung hard against Gregor Robertson's team. If their opponents could match Vision's base of volunteers and manpower provided by labour groups, it is most likely there would be a change in government. Alas, that is a big "if."
Vision has squandered a great deal of the public confidence that returned it to power in 2011, and it's lost a good deal of mine. My recommendation, given an overall review of needed skill set and policy, is for a Vision-led minority government with a substantially empowered NPA and Green opposition.
Vision Vancouver and the NPA have finally released lists of their campaign donors, with just over a week to go before the
With less than two weeks to go before the civic election, incumbent mayor and Vision Vancouver leader Gregor Robertson is
A corporate funding program available to B.C. schools has become a Vancouver election issue, yet again highlighting the debate
It is an odd Vancouver tradition that each municipal election brings with it a debate over the fate of the whales and dolphins in Stanley Park. Recent history suggests this is because the Vancouver Aquarium is gaming the system.
Just over two weeks out from the B.C. municipal elections, Vision Vancouver has taken things to a more personal level, releasing