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DouglasTodd 5h
Recently retired councillor Raymond Louie has been advocating for 's high-profile developers in private with Mayor Kennedy Stewart. Louie served 16 years on council with and , reports
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Rod Mickleburgh May 21
This is heart-breaking, and it's happening in Vancouver, too. "I've seen the future, and it's murder..." RT How San Francisco broke America’s heart
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homeless dave May 18
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Jen St. Denis May 23
Oh hey... remember Vision?
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Bob Kronbauer May 21
Who writes the headlines for the ? You're hired.
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Mike Magee May 18
The competency of the Vancouver Aquarium’s leadership needs to questioned and reviewed. Other aquariums globally have done without whales, dolphins and mammals and have done well financially.
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Vancouver Is Awesome May 23
COPE apologizes for blowing it for Indigenous candidate three elections in a row.
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Charlie Smith May 21
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Sarah Kirby-Yung  楊瑞蘭 4h
Kirby-Yung said in council: “There was one really key concern that leapt out for me in the report, and that’s really whether or not there’s a racial bias to the random ballot.” Note I’ll be bringing this to City’s resident Racial Equity Committee
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Kennedy Stewart May 22
The MIRHPP program is the best way we have for the market to build homes for living wage & middle income households – helping people raise families in the neighbourhoods they grew up in. This is Council’s big test & residents need us to deliver.
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ABOLITION FF May 25
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Kennedy Stewart May 23
As a frequent transit user, I am excited to see TransLink’s battery-electric bus pilot project go live this summer! Electric buses are just one of the ways we can help reduce emissions and help our transit be more environmentally friendly.
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homeless dave May 23
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Rohana Rezel 3h
New York City is working with their local data activist to fight Airbnb. My personal experience leads me to feel that is doing the exact opposite.
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BC NewsWire 18h
Supramaniam said he cried out that he was innocent and "not one of the guys you're looking for." The biting stopped once he was placed in handcuffs, at which point police started to realize he was not one of the suspects they had been pursuing
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IntegrityBC 8h
Wilson-Raybould, Philpott won't run as Greens in fall election | CBC News
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Kennedy Stewart May 18
SkyTrain to will enable the Broadway ecosystem to build on its strength as a hub for healthcare, life sciences, education and tech. It will also help meet our housing challenges. Read my joint op-ed with Santa J. Ono:
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Chris Tyrus Parlow 8h
and are not running as Greens according to . I am sitting here hoping that they will consider the It will be tremendous!
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Joseph Jones 9h
The «plan» is already clear: Talk diversionary trash while versioning VisionV 2.0 asap toward 3.0 and beyond Real agenda? Gentrification acceleration. Solve the «poverty question» by forcing the down to go out
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Peter Waldkirch 3h
Replying to @pwaldkirch
Like, srsly, read these submissions - or those for any rental or subsidised housing project. Look at this actual opposition. Then tell me the real problem in the city, and the reason we don't build enough subsidized housing, are greedy developers and YIMBY shills.
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