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VANCOUVER (NEWS1130) – Port Metro Vancouver should be more transparent about the sorts of materials that travel through its grounds, that’s what one local politician, wants after that huge chemical fire on Wednesday afternoon. Green Party City Councillor Adriane Carr says public safety and health is put at risk by...

The upcoming Transit Referendum was a hot topic at the Green Party of Vancouver Annual General Meeting held Sunday afternoon (February 15) in Downtown Vancouver. Two GPV directors, Ira Heidemann and Jordan Bober, presented a motion to the membership calling for the Green Party of Vancouver to officially support a...

I would first like to thank and commend Trustee Patti Bacchus for her service as Chair of the Vancouver School Board. I made a difficult decision in voting for a School Board chair at my first meeting on December 8, and one that I believe is in the best interests...

Call to Mayor Robertson to reverse shut-out on advance voting in eastside neighbourhoods  In the name of expanded voter opportunities — not limiting them — fairness, and democratic principles, the City of Vancouver must immediately correct the total absence of advance voting locations in the Downtown Eastside (DTES), Grandview Woodland,...

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