Sadhu Johnston

Sadhu Johnston named Vancouver City Manager

Following a four month international search, Vancouver City Council has selected Sadhu Johnston as the new City Manager for the City of Vancouver. As the administrative head of the City, the...
City submits nearly 600 questions to Kinder Morgan as deadline approaches

City submits nearly 600 questions to Kinder Morgan as deadline approaches

“If there is any hope of the NEB making a decision that truly reflects the public interest of Canadians then all the facts must be on the table,” says Deputy City Manager.
Comox-Helmcken Greenway:Transportation 2040 & Greenest City 2020

Board of Change learns of City's ambitious cycling and walking targets

Greenest City 2020 and Transportation 2040 action plans intersect at the latest Board of Change presentation.

At Board of Change, community hears that Vancouver's push to become world's greenest city in 2020 is gaining traction

It’s been three and a half years since Vancouver’s deputy city manager Sadhu Johnston made the leap from the green roof of Chicago City Hall to the green vistas of Vancouver. As Mayor Richard Daley’s...

Greenest City Action Plan aims to double green jobs by 2020, Johnston tells council

Deputy City Manager Sadhu Johnston said the Greenest City Action Plan is divided into three themes and is one of the most ambitious in the world.

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

Projecting Change Film Festival 2010 opened on Earth Day at Fifth Avenue Cinema and plays all weekend

Are you interested in being green, saving the planet, or just learning more about Sustainable living? Check out the Projecting Change Film Festival 2010 running at the Fifth Avenue cinema, which opene

City of Vancouver celebrates Earth Day with launch of residential food scraps collection

The goal of the city's new food scrap composting program is to reduce garbage by 35%, Vancouver Mayor Gregor Robertson said at a press conference outside City Hall this morning. The city's residential