A Vision Vancouver candidate explains how it felt to receive a notification that the city didn't want her using her Farsi name on the ballot.
Mayor Kennedy Stewart's fundraising efforts are now the subject of an investigation by Elections B.C.
OneCity candidates are aiming their message at those who are feeling beleaguered by the high cost and shortage of housing options in Vancouver.
Vision Vancouver council candidate Stuart Mackinnon and others on his slate have announced a five-point housing agenda in advance of the October 15 election.
With one month before election day, both sides are starting to sling some mud.
Under B.C. law, individuals can contribute up to $1,250 to a municipal political campaign each year.
Money still talks in elections, even after the NDP government reformed municipal campaign financing to limit individual donations to $1,250.
The name "Neil" appears several times on the document, which looks like a fundraising list.
A Vision Vancouver candidate makes the scase that local schools simply don't meet the needs of today's teachers and students.
Two of the supposed frontrunners seem to believe that skipping these public dialogues won't alienate voters.
Two political activists with past ties to the federal Conservatives, Marc Vella and Fritz Radandt, hope to provide candidates with training, fundraising, a webpage, list management, financial controls, social media, and marketing assistance.
Lesser-known contestants are hoping that the media shines a light on them.