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EXCLUSIVE: George Abbott responds to our urban issues survey

Abbott open to discussion regarding transfering funds from AirCare into new transitIn a post we published a few weeks back, we asked each of the BC Liberal leadership candidates to provide us with answers to a series of urban-focused questions. So fa…

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Gregor’s excuse for last June’s oil meeting not very slick


Yuck! No, it's not Survivor English Bay. It's the molasses people! Photo: PNG

The following is a re-publishing of my 24 Hours column from this week, with

Christy Clark supports ban on foreign donations to civic campaigns


Bob Rennie, Pamela Martin, Christy Clark & Harry Bloy MLA at a rally last week

Last week we published Dr. Moira Stilwell's response to our urban

Dr. Moira Stilwell agrees 3-year civic terms long enough


The approachable Dr. Moira Stilwell meets with campaign supporters Saturday morning

Last week CityCaucus.com wrote to each of the candidates vying to become leader of the BC

24 Hours: City Hall or Sealed Fortress at 12th & Cambie?


Vancouver City staff put the final touches on the new door to the FOI Manager's office

This is my Thursday column from 24 Hours, which was titled

Mayor Gregor Robertson’s shaky record on the gang wars


An AK47 was found at the scene of a recent gang shooting in Vancouver

You just knew it was bound to happen in Vancouver at some point. I'm referring

BC Ferries releases 23-page list of big earners (in BC Politics)

Some 900 British Columbia Ferry Services Inc. employees earn over $75,000 a year.

This according to a 23-page document the government-owned private company released today under the freedom of

An NPA government must be more open than Vision


Who governs Vancouver next must be totally transparent

Now that Councillor Suzanne Anton is kicking the openness debate at Vancouver City Hall up a notch


Vancouver City Hall-ituburo controlling “the message”


Vancouver City Hall has now centralized all of their messaging

As we thankfully enter the final twelve months of what some refer to as Vision Vancouver's reign of

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