Vision Vancouver

Vision Vancouver announces commitment to expanded transit service along Broadway Corridor

Vision Vancouver announced today that it would commit to expand public transit service in Vancouver, with a focus on the route along the 99-B-line on Broadway street. “The Vision Vancouver team...

Robertson sells out Westin Bayshore and compares his NPA rivals to Eeyore

The NPA are afraid of change and don't understand that Vancouverites have moved on, said Vancouver Mayor Gregor Robertson to the Vision faithful last night.

Attack the policy, not the person

I found a news story about me going viral. I mean really viral. By dinner time this story was going national and everyone was talking about something from my past...

Vision Vancouver’s economic platform overshadowed by Occupy movement

Mayor Gregor Robertson and his team made an announcement yesterday revealing their economic platform, pledging to keep taxes low, support small businesses and promote Vancouver as a destination for...

Will the real Suzanne Anton please stand up?

Vancouver municipal election 2011

Homelessness in Vancouver: City staff break down the numbers

Vancouver municipal election 2011: The City's Assistant Director for Housing Policy, Abi Bond, gives some insight on homeless numbers floating around this election.

NPA's Suzanne Anton voices conditional support for casino expansion

Vancouver municipal election 2011: Despite confusion about her position, Mayoral candidate Suzanne Anton said she stands by her decision to vote with council against proposed casino expansions.

The NPA: an election explainer

To prepare for the upcoming municipal election, here's a backgrounder on the Non-Partisan Association (NPA).

Suzanne Anton's vision of a world class city: more gambling?

2011 Vancouver Municipal Election: Vision Vancouver’s announcement that it will oppose gaming expansion in Vancouver will, to paraphrase CityCaucus, test the NPA’s solidarity. NPA council...

Power the Vision Party draws large crowd of young and old to Club 560

Vision Vancouver's "Power the Vision Party" drew supportive crowds - both young and old - to Club 560 last night.