Your biweekly municipal politics podcast is back for its monthly episode.
Broadway passes and now we’re into our next marathon public hearing, with another on the docket. It’s so much they’ve postponed another until after the election.
In election news though, the VDLC has announced (most of) their endorsements, and Forward Together and the NPA have council slates. In Burnaby, a new challenger – for council – emerges. While in Coquitlam there will not be a byelection. And in Surrey, debates about flags.
Finally, the barge is being disassembled, as might some pristine farmland.
And in our Vancouveratta, we recognize Mr Richmond.
We rushed the edit on this one folks, so enjoy a looser Cambie Report as we try to catch up on some sleep to get back in the virtual studio in a couple weeks.
- Vancouver city council approves Broadway Plan after long debate | CBC News
- Broadway Plan approved by Council | City of Vancouver
- Controversial Kitsilano social and supportive housing project heads to city council | Globalnews.ca
- Bill Tieleman argues semantics about public hearings
- Broadway-Commercial hearings postponed
- Background: Revision downsizes Safeway redevelopment proposal at Commercial-Broadway Station | Urbanized
- Just-released plan, concept sketches show what Vancouver’s future looks like
- Metro Vancouver’s $21-billion transit plan, which includes a gondola to SFU, approved
- VDLC Endorses Municipal Candidates
- Our Team – Forward Together Vancouver
- NPA names candidates for 2022 civic election, signals it will be tough on crime | Urbanized
- Candidates – Non Partisan Association Vancouver
- Coun Mike Hillman launches centrist One Burnaby municipal party
- One Burnaby
- Question asked of Doug McCallum
- PHOTOS: Surrey Pride takes over Central City Plaza
- Mayoral candidate Jinny Sims says it’s time to raise the Pride flag at Surrey City Hall | Georgia Straight Vancouver’s News & Entertainment Weekly
- Judge tosses byelection petition for Coquitlam – Tri-City News
- English Bay barge won’t be chilling much longer as long-awaited removal begins this week | CBC News
- This Surrey field produces millions of vegetables for B.C. But it could be paved over for warehouses
- Surrey farmers petition to protect ‘vital’ farmland from sale by federal government – BC | Globalnews.ca
- RichmondSentinel | After 50 years of service, I bid farewell
- Harold Steves – Wikipedia