Category Archives: Vancouver Park Board

Gregor Robertson: 10 years of disappointments

A week ago, Mayor Gregor Robertson announced that he would not be seeking re-election this fall. So now is the time to reflect on what his 10 years in office have meant. I’ll tell you up front that I do … Continue reading

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It’s been a great ride!

I’ve been on the COPE executive on and off for some 30 years. But at our AGM in November I did not seek re-election to the executive board. At the same time, I announced I would not be running again … Continue reading

Posted in affordable housing, City Hall, COPE, fiscal responsibility, food security, HandyDART, Harry Rankin, Labour, NPA, TransLink, Vancouver, Vancouver Aquarium, Vancouver election, Vancouver Park Board, Vision Vancouver | 1 Comment

The power of Green

Will it finally happen? An NDP minority with the Green Party holding the balance of power in BC? Last week the writ was dropped and the provincial election is, finally, formally underway. What makes this election possibly unique in our history … Continue reading

Posted in BC Liberals, British Columbia, Elections - British Columbia, Green Party, Liberal Party, NDP, NPA, Site C Dam, sustainability, Vancouver, Vancouver Park Board, Vision Vancouver | Tagged , , , , , | 3 Comments