We break down the Michael Wiebe conflict of interest case and more
Heat waves, Team Kennedy, horse races, Burnaby byelection and NIMBYs unite in West Van.
The mayoral race is on, we have polls and the climate is on the agenda.
Green councillors tank nonprofit housing and bikes on Commercial Drive, drinking comes to Vancouver parks and Port Moody embraces the chaos
Democracy takes another hit in the City of Vancouver (or maybe people might just get somewhere to live)
And then there was one as three more councillors (and their entire School Board caucus) leave the NPA.
Ken Sim pledges to abolish the Park Board. He will probably run with the new party A Better City Vancouver. Mark Marissen is running for mayor. And the election is still 18 months away.
The NPA Board drops a bombshell by announcing 18-months out that Park Board Commissioner John Coupar will be their mayoral nominee.
Rental-only zoning bylaws live to fight another day, as does the Olympics and the bike lane in Stanley Park.
“We have some concerns” wrote City lawyers on Cllr Wiebe’s alleged conflict of interest. And the full Young Report