Ken Sim expropriated a City Hall boardroom for a personal gym because that’s what winners do. Meanwhile, the cops are using their extra budget to tackle the chaos that is people watching the sunset from the beach. Mandatory upzoning is progressing, with some notable squeaky wheels that are playing chicken with the province. And a new audit is being launched into the ill-fated North Shore Waste Water Plant.


Pete Fry’s tweet of the gym

Vancouver Mayor Ken Sim explains why he turned a boardroom into a gym

Vancouver Mayor Ken Sim defends converting city hall room into a gym

Here’s how many times Vancouver’s mayor has been absent from a vote at council

$80K staff position added to Vancouver mayor’s office | CBC News

Carol Reardon tweet on Sim math

Blair’s tweet of cops clearing the beach

Vancouver police English Bay beach sweep prompts questions

Mayor Ken Sim out as Vancouver Police Board chair | CBC News

Surrey policing transition saga over, mayor accepts judicial review

More than 4,000 homes built for people, thousands more on the way through housing targets

Vancouver to allow more density at all SkyTrain stations beyond legislation | Urbanized

Vancouver council votes to densify upscale Shaughnessy neighbourhood

Vancouver scraps minimum parking requirements citywide – BC |

Cities ask for more time to comply with B.C.’s zoning laws | CBC News

B.C. rejects Burnaby petition for exemption to new transit-oriented development rules

Burnaby defies new BC housing transit-oriented area laws

Bylaws passed: Port Moody, Coquitlam (for TOAs only), Richmond, Surrey, Delta, Chilliwack

Public toilet plan doesn’t pass the sniff test for some New West residents

TransLink announces $90M cost-cutting plan to address funding gap | CBC News

City reverses plan to spend $6M for expanded Burnaby elementary school gym

Metro announces independent review of ballooning North Vancouver sewage plant cost – North Shore News


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