We look at the Cambie Report’s latest story on the $40,000 being spent on Facbeook ads by a group called BC Rental Project.
A new report suggests Michael Wiebe might need to resign based on his voting for patio permits that may have benefited his business. Those calls may be a bit premature but it’s quite the allegation.
Mayor Kennedy Stewart has a new housing home that promises to provide homes that the middle class can afford to buy. It’s a bold promise that is thin on details.
Stanley Park is back open to car traffic, which makes us sad. What also makes us sad are toxic billboards
And we look at Celebrities nightclub in this week’s Vancouveratta.
- Cambie Report story: BC Rental Project spent nearly $40k on Facebook ads prior to provincial election call
- Vancouver councillor should give up seat, report concludes, which could open door to byelection
- Making HOME – Imagine a Vancouver with homes the middle class can afford
- A Seattle Think Tank Likes the Vancouver Mayor’s Housing Proposal
- Vancouver’s Stanley Park is fully reopening to vehicles this weekend
- Vancouver billboard declaring ‘I ❤ J.K. Rowling’ defaced, removed
- Bold ads promoting child-free, small families get noticed in Vancouver
- Celebrities • Vancouver Heritage Foundation