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Kendra Johnston Jun 24
BOSA is proposing shutting down Quayside between the train tracks & the roundabout at FRDC to all non commercial vehicle traffic for at least 1.5 years. We can’t let this happen. Please attend this open house Wed night to learn more & have your voice heard
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Robert Billard 45s
The 2019 balloons keep flipping so this Grade 8 Fraser Middle School graduation is in honour of Sole. A tasty light white fish.
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Dave in New West Jun 24
What happened to the parklet on Belmont in
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Robert Billard Jun 24
Sitting in a public hearing in city council and so far I have heard all the same talking point: Parking Heritage Too many people "No one listens" That's enough. No More Public Hearings. They are a massive waste of time. Stop the insanity.
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ptrleblanc 14h
Spend time in the Brooklyn of Vancouver. New Westminster Visit , Eat or ReUpBBQ, Drink quality craft beer at or . When you need more, reach out.
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NWProgressives Jun 23
It's been one year since the controversial temporary modular housing project was approved to be fast-tracked in Queensborough neighbourhood. Still no shovels in the ground. Read more about how council has managed to bungle yet another file.
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Robert Billard Jun 24
Well, for all the finger pointing and ranting, it appears Paul Slusher prefers to stay under the covers with his laptop and a flashlight ranting into the void rather than show up in person at city hall. Or maybe he's waiting for a grand entrance. Nail-biter....
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Robert Billard Jun 20
Three days in a row when there is not enough room at the ONE PUBLIC CHARGING STATION IN UPTOWN . One. The station on 3rd Ave is regularly blocked by non EV cars or not enough room is left even for my small car. This sucks .
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Brad Cavanagh Jun 17
What’s the rental vacancy rate in ?
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Downtown New West Jun 21
returns in exactly TWO weeks! Food trucks, booze, markets and live music – we're excited to see you there!
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Laura Cornish 23h
Replying to @Trudiagogo @CanSpice
This is my least favourite part of
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Ed Sadowski Jun 23
.:”Read more about how council has managed to bungle yet another file. It’s almost incomprehensible why they keep on getting elected to the exclusion of anyone else. voters are so incompetent! BTW, our incessant diatribes are warranted unlike ’s”
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Brad Cavanagh Jun 24
I am happy that this project passed, but I had hoped that council would have made a concrete request to city staff to develop policy around the separate entrance/amenity issue.
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Downtown New West Jun 20
Make your way down to every Thursday from 12pm-2pm for live music!
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JIBC Jun 20
Kwakwaka'wakw artist Sean Whonnock is demonstrating his work in 's campus atrium today & tomorrow (Fri). Fr Alert Bay, BC, Sean is a student Native Education College. He carves & paints, working in wood, canvas, stone & precious metals
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Ruby Campbell Jun 24
Out this evening and catching up. approves cannabis store, approves motion to remove the 🙌🏽 adopts living wage👍, approves rainbow sidewalk 🌈 Did I miss anything else?
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Theresa McManus Jun 24
I’m in council chambers where we are expecting a doozie of a meeting. CAO Lisa Spitale is starting things off with a presentation about the city’s 2018 annual report.
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David Brett Jun 22
Rode bike through , , , & today & took this shot. Anyone know where it is? Hint: it’s a place that time forgot.
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PechaKucha New West Jun 18
We're excited to announce our next PechaKucha Night will be held on Aug 10th at . And what's even more exciting is that we're partnering up with for this volume. You don't want to miss this one. Tickets will go on sale in July.
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Lorraine Brett 11h
Elementary school students - current and passed May Queens and Suite members - impressed with their public speaking skills persuading SD40 Trustees of the many benefits of May Day that they had received: leadership skills, confidence, team work.
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