Municipal Election

On July 24, the Straight raised the issue of disclosing contributions before the election; more than three months later, the NPA and Vision Vancouver have issued their response.
I’ll get this out of the way now because a lot of people ask me.
How accurate is Vision's claim about potential interference from Chevron in Vancouver’s classrooms?
COPE is proposing a housing authority that would build new city-owned housing.
The monthly cost of childcare for OneCity council candidate RJ Aquino’s two kids is currently higher than the amount he and his wife spend on rent for their East Vancouver apartment.
Vision Vancouver has released their full election platform, which includes policies such as establishing a pilot participatory budget program.
Should the mayor of Vancouver be inviting developers into his office for private conversations?
If you’re a Vancouver property taxpayer, a chill should be running down your spine.
As part of its park board platform, the NPA is vowing to “restore relationships” with community centre associations across the city and double the number of outdoor swimming pools.
Vision Vancouver’s school board platform includes promises to build child-care centres in schools undergoing seismic upgrades and look at alternate public uses of underutilized schools.