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Gregor Robertson

Meet Vision Vancouver park board candidate Sarah Blyth

Vancouver municipal elections 2011: Blyth's priorities are healthy, affordable community spaces and finding a creative way to make things happen in tight financial times.

Angus Reid poll on Occupy and mayoral candidates

Vancouver municipal election 2011: Voters not big on tent protest, think mayoral hopefuls can be "boring" and "arrogant".

Vision, COPE push "rent bank" to prevent evictions

Interest-free loans the answer when more than half the city rents, and rents are sky high, candidates say.

Vision Vancouver argues its platform is "fully costed"

Vancouver municipal election 2011: NPA spending plans are reckless and candidates divided, Robertson argues.

Anti-gambling coalition fighting casino move in court

Vancouver municipal election 2011: Relocation of Edgewater still deserves a public airing, says Vancouver Not Vegas.

Trevor Loke: Vision's new kid on the block

Vancouver Municipal Election 2011: Vision's youngest candidate has been involved in politics a lot longer than people might think.

Ex-NPA campaign manager Bob Ransford, former mayors Harcourt and Campbell endorse Robertson

Vancouver Civic Election 2011: High-profile public-affairs specialist says NPA's Anton is reckless and has a poor grasp of economics, so he's switching sides.

Vision salutes the arts: slideshow

Vision Salutes the Arts event at the Canvas Lounge.

Passive negligence of the arts no longer an option, says Vision Vancouver

2011 Vancouver Municipal election: Party has renewed its promise to create new artists' spaces and ease bylaw and zoning rules. But with costs rising, will it make a difference for artists?

Vision Vancouver skeptical about NPA poll results

2011 Vancouver municipal election: Even the Sun’s writer, Jeff Lee, commented in his civic affairs blog that reporting on internal polls can be “sketchy business”.