Building a Vancouver for Everyone.


OneCity believes in creating an inclusive, vibrant, and affordable city. We want to build a Vancouver strengthened and united through equity, affordability, and diversity. A Vancouver for Everyone.


Our Focus:

Social inequality is not inevitable. OneCity is working for an inclusive, vibrant, and affordable city. Many voices. OneCity.

  • Upcoming events

    Saturday, August 18, 2018 at 09:00 AM · 3 rsvps
    Nelson Park in Vancouver, BC, Canada

    West End Farmers Market – August 18

    It's the West End Farmers Market!

    Join candidates Carrie Bercic, Erica Jaaf and Jennifer Reddy to talk to our fellow citizens and neighbours about the upcoming election, and pick up some local produce while you're at it.

    RSVP for the shift that works for you, and we'll be in touch with details.

    Saturday, August 18, 2018 at 10:30 AM · 2 rsvps
    John Hendry Park in Vancouver, BC, Canada

    Trout Lake Farmers Market – August 18

    Join city council candidate Christine Boyle for a day at the Trout Lake Farmers Market, from 10:30AM - 2PM. You can provide important support by being present, talking to fellow Vancouverites about what you care about in the city, and signing people up to stay in touch with OneCity.

    Please RSVP so we can confirm meet up details with you.

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