Vile anti-homeless rhetoric is rampant in Vancouver, including from NPA board members, leading to a deepening schism with the elected caucus. Perhaps this is part of why Ken Sim says he’s going to run against the party in the next election.
In Surrey, a poll from the National Police Federation sparks rumours about a Dianne Watts comeback. And TransLink’s latest updates on the Broadway subway and SFU gondola.
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- Vancouver Councillor Urges End to Social Media Attacks against Homeless People and Drug Users
- Vancouver NPA director under fire for telling people to ‘harass’ city’s homeless
- @NPACaucus statement
- Dan Fumano: NPA ex-mayoral candidate Ken Sim to run again — against NPA
- Dan Fumano: NPA and its ex-candidate trade barbs over campaign finance irregularities
- Dan Fumano: Catching up with key figures from 2018’s ‘crazy’ election
- Poll shows former Surrey mayor Dianne Watts popular among prospective voters
- It’s official: Construction on $2.8-billion Broadway Subway to begin this fall | Urbanized
- Burnaby Mountain Gondola consultation
- Grave concerns: man tracks down resting places of all B.C.’s dead premiers — except one