Mayor Gregor Robertson

A businessman, a bike advocate, and a bike lane

The controversial Hornby bike lane was unanimously approved by Vancouver city council late Tuesday night. Watch the video for Vancouver Observer's first ever VOTV coverage of this issue.

A bike-commuting mom speaks out for bike lanes

Put away the bike lane counters. This decision is about the future of our city. I had a 7:30am dentist appointment today. I chipped my tooth and it was the only time I could fit in the chisel. I...

Vancouver area cycling coalition adds support to proposed Hornby Street separated lane

Along with most Hornby Street visitors and a growing list of businesses, the VACC supports the trial separated lane on Hornby Street as the proposal comes before council on October 5th.   A...

Talk Green to Us Ideas Slam at SFU imagines Vancouver's future as world's greenest city

The Talk Green To Us Ideas Slam last night at SFU pulled together talent like the CBC's Bill Richardson, Brad Cran, Vancouver's Poet Laureate (pictured here), Mayor Gregor Robertson, Musqueum Elder La

Competition heats up for Greenest City Ideas Slam event

As part of Vancouver’s Talk Green to Us campaign, four of the most popular and innovative ideas posted to the City’s web forum have been chosen as finalists to be pitched to an expert panel for...

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New poll shows strong support for Hornby separated bike lane

A new opinion poll of people on Hornby Street found significant support for a separated bike lane along the street, with 56 per cent in favour compared to 30 per cent opposed. Five hundred...

City Hall holds open contest for green ideas

Building on the success of the “Talk Green to Us” campaign, the public is invited to participate in the on-line forum www.talkgreentous.ca to share ideas they want to put into action to help...

NPA dreams vanish in the cold, hard light of day

The NPA/Citycaucus braintrust spins good news from a recent poll. The truth is that the poll is devastating to NPA chances.