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

    Wednesday, August 22, 2018 at 07:00 PM · 14 rsvps
    Wise Hall in Vancouver, BC, Canada

    East Van Cider Festival

    It's the second annual East Van Cider Festival – a great chance to talk to Vancouver voters about the kind of city we want to live in. City council candidate Brandon Yan will be there. 

    RSVP and we will be in touch about how you can help out on the evening. Plus, a chance to try some delicious local ciders.

    Saturday, August 25, 2018 at 09:00 AM · 10 rsvps
    Trout Lake in Vancouver, BC, Canada

    Trout Lake Farmers Market – August 25

    Join us at the Trout Lake Farmers Market to talk to Vancouverites about the kind of city we want to live in.

    Candidates Carrie Bercic and Christine Boyle will be there. It's a great chance to learn more about our candidates and also hear what people have to say.

    We will need help collecting information from people and passing out information. Please join us!

    Note: If you haven't been there before – the market is at the north side of the park.

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