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Former NPA councillor B.C. Lee. Photo by Jenny Uechi

NPA supporters quietly confident in push to win City Hall

Former NPA councillor and veteran actor B.C. Lee, who served with Mayor Sam Sullivan and was the first elected councillor from Vancouver's Mandarin-speaking community, was quietly confident...

BC Liberal supporters celebrate as party wins unexpected majority

Loyal BC Liberal supporters gathered at the Sheraton Wall Centre in Vancouver on Tuesday night and watched as election results trickled in — starting off strong for the Liberals. Supporters were...

Sam Sullivan’s Public Salon: Inspiring Ideas

Eight speakers. 10 minutes each. There was everything, from particle physicist to heart surgeon to urban farmer at Sam Sullivan's Public Salon.

The NPA headquarters on election night: slideshow

Scenes from a dramatic evening at the NPA camp.

Flip-flopper, hypocrite: how low will Anton go?

That’s the question for Anton after she attacked Mayor Gregor Robertson for a social housing model that the NPA set up and she voted in favour for. Over the past weekend Anton claimed that Vision...

How low will Suzanne Anton go?

 How low will NPA mayoral candidate Suzanne Anton go? That’s the question  after Anton attacked Mayor Gregor Robertson for a social housing model that the NPA set up and she voted in favour...

Gregor's success fighting homelessness: check the numbers

Vancouver municipal election 2011:: It’s rich to see a Sam Sullivan political operative attack Gregor Robertson for his success in reducing street homelessness after Sullivan’s comparative failure.

Isn't it kind of strange that Vancouver would have a super-sized casino downtown?

While Vancouverites were trying to make sense of the problems surrounding the Olympic Village right before the 2008 civic election, the development proposal for a super-sized casino next to B.C....

Irrelevant, removed

A paranoid CityCaucus blog and a reputable City Hall reporter... What next?

First the party; now the hangover

The torch burned brightly for Vancouver during the 2010 Olympic Games. Now, for the bill...