Voters across Metro Vancouver will go to the polls on October 20 to elect mayors, councillors, school trustees, and, in the case of Vancouver. seven park commissioners.
In April, the Vancouver Pride Society cancelled this traditional Pride week event because of escalating municipal-permitting and policing costs.
Party members will have to check off at least four names for council and two names for park board.
Hundreds of campaign volunteers were chanting " Jean 2018" at a "victory party" when the final results came in, showing a strong second-place finish
Hector Bremner's win has papered over structural problems that remain a major obstacle for the city's centre-right party.
The NPA increases its council seat count to four, but it's still not going to change the balance of power at Vancouver City Hall.
There's a lot at stake today for Vision, the NPA, Greens, OneCity, Sensible Vancouver, and independents.
Diego Cardona (left, beside Mayor Gregor Robertson) says he wasn't prepared for some of the racism he experienced while running as a Vision Vancouver candidate.
The Green candidate in tomorrow's council by-election makes the case why he's the most sensible choice.
The Green candidate and previous trustee says she's optimistic about working with a new provincial government that holds public education in high regard.