Results tagged “surrey”

Our official list of endorsed candidates in Metro Vancouver is now online! It's all come down to this. We're only a couple of days away from the civic elections in Metro Vancouver and a projected 28% of you (or...
Global TV reports on Happy Planet Juice jobs leaving Vancouver Last week Bob Mackin over at the Courier broke a very interesting story about how Mayor Gregor Robertson's Happy Planet Juice company had moved out of Vancouver. Last Friday's...
NPA says jobs are being squeezed out of Vancouver at an alarming rate Less than a week after Mayor Gregor Robertson unveiled his economic strategy to attract new jobs to the city, it has been revealed the company he...
What kind of issues should civic candidates be debating over coming weeks If you’re starting to wonder whether there are any other issues to be discussed in this civic campaign besides the Occupy Vancouver squat, you’d be in good...
Who will come out on top on election day?When it comes to civic elections, incumbents usually rule the day. The upcoming election on Nov. 19 will likely continue that pattern – with a few notable exceptions.In Surrey, the ever-popular Mayor...
Sadly, not a single civic politician tweeted out about their lobster dinner at UBCMAs the UBCM civic politicians wrap up their convention for another year, I thought it was time for a few rambling thoughts on what has been a...
Vancouver's Olympic Village held out hope for more affordable housingWhat will be the toughest issue in the upcoming civic election? The issue that all candidates will pay lip service to, will criticize their opponents for not effectively addressing, but for...
Archived photo of Mayor and council for a place known as the Village of Belcarra, BC If you live in Metro Vancouver, you're abundantly aware that our region is broken up into 22 separate jurisdictions. Each city has its...
Watts has come out swinging in support of better transit in Metro VancouverA message from Her Worship Surrey Mayor Dianne Watts came into our CityCaucus.com inbox yesterday and we thought we'd share it with our readers. As you can see,...
They wanted it, and Campbell delivered on demands for a bigger Port Mann bridgeThis is my latest and last 24 Hours column before I go on hiatus...In my first 24 hours column I wrote about the growing prominence of...
A new casino in Vancouver will likely suck revenue out of suburban coffers What’s that sound I hear from Metro Vancouver suburbs? Could it be a lot of sniffling and the shedding of some tears? Why on earth are...
It could be a long wait for this Delta transit user For the last several decades we’ve heard about how Quebec has wanted to separate from Canada. We’ve seen our nation pushed to the brink with each referendum asking the...
Social media is changing the way we do civic politics in Canada In the fourth installment of CityCaucus Cast, Mike and I discuss what we think might happen in the world of civic politics in 2011. Our discussion starts...
Watts has the right stuff to become the new Chair of Metro Vancouver Now that Surrey Mayor Dianne Watts has finally announced she doesn't want to run British Columbia, would she open to the idea of running Metro Vancouver?...
Semiahmoo Green Wall Rendering – click for larger We received a news release this week from the City of Surrey touting their new Green over Grey initiative whereby some of their civic buildings are becoming living walls. They claim...
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