Monthly Archives: October 2018

Vancouver votes for change

Vision’s reign of error finally ends The city budget has ballooned over the last decade, much higher than population growth would justify. By Elizabeth Murphy, Vancouver Sun, Monday, October 29, 2018 Vision Vancouver, having pushed though their failed agenda for the last decade, … Continue reading

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Election 2018

Vancouver Civic Election 2018 Slate This is a critical election. There is finally an opportunity for a big change at city hall with most incumbents not running again. We need a new direction from Vision’s failed decade in power. The … Continue reading

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Jane Jacobs’ wisdom needed now

Vancouver voters need to think about the city they want before they vote By Elizabeth Murphy, Vancouver Sun, Tuesday, October 9, 2018 This heritage house was recently demolished that could have instead provided for more units and infill, argues planning activist and private … Continue reading

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2018 Civic Election:

Vancouver: To change or not to change  By Elizabeth Murphy, Common Ground Magazine, October 1, 2018 The 2018 civic election has an opportunity for change, with most incumbents not running again. The question is: will the new council lead a new course in … Continue reading

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