Elections

With the Vancouver election less than a month away, candidates are promising to improve public transit in the city.
Two civic-election observers suggest that although Vancouver mayor Gregor Robertson is favoured to win another term, he doesn’t have a lock on it.
I am running for city council because I want Vancouver to be an affordable place to live.
Mayoral candidate Kirk LaPointe says Vancouver is spending too much money, but which public services does he plan on cutting?
Coalition of Progressive Electors mayoral candidate Meena Wong has detailed the party’s pledge to ban renovictions
A contentious community plan for Grandview-Woodland and the future of the Georgia and Dunsmuir viaducts were some of the topics of questions posed by residents at a multiparty candidates meeting Wednesday (October 15).
Cedar Party leader Glen Chernen is trying to have the mayor disqualified from running in the November civic election.
The Coalition of Progressive Electors is promising to extend the U-pass program to all Vancouver residents.
When Coalition of Progressive Electors school-board candidate Diana Day’s daughter was in Grade 10, she spent three months learning about the French Revolution.
Municipal election laws in B.C. don’t set limits for campaign donations and spending.