OneCity Nomination Meeting - June 16, 2018

Please mark your calendars with two important dates:

Meet the Candidates drinks on Tuesday June 5 from 5:30-7:30 (Toby's Pub, 2733 Commercial Drive) - come meet our prospective candidates for School Board and City Council, and other OneCity members, to talk about our big ideas for City Council and the Vancouver School Board! RSVP here. Toby's Pub is a 19+ venue. 

OneCity Nominations Meeting on Saturday June 16 from 2:00-5:00, at the Polish Hall, 4015 Fraser Street

This meeting will begin at 2:00 PM with brief remarks from the candidates. Voting be take place until 4:30 PM, with results announced by 5:00. To vote, you must have become a member of OneCity by March 17, 2018. Please bring a government issued photo ID; or government, bank, or utility mail showing your name and the address we have on record. If you need to change your address, please email before June 9. A OneCity member can also vouch for the identity of one other OneCity member. 

An advance poll will also be available on Wednesday, June 13 from 5:00-8:00 PM at Creekside Community Centre (1 Athletes Way) for those not available to attend the nominations meeting.

At this time, negotiations with the Vancouver and District Labour Council and other progressive parties remain underway, and we are not yet able to announce the number of candidates OneCity will run for City Council and School Board. Please watch our Facebook and Twitter feeds for an update and announcement soon!

Car dwellers—how we are failing Vancouver's invisible homeless population

Against the deeply troubling backdrop of our city’s housing calamity, it comes as no surprise that Stanley Q. Woodvine’s article was one of the most popular reads in the Georgia Straight this past week.

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Trustees get failing grade for by not naming school after Alexander Won Cumyow

A group of parents and students at Crosstown elementary were unconvinced that renaming the school in order to honour a historical member of our community was a worthwhile transition.

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Temporary modular housing in neighbourhoods helps kids gain empathy

With the housing disaster reaching surreal levels of chaos, the city’s plans to build 78 units of temporary modular housing in Marpole couldn’t come soon enough. And more is on the way—the province has committed $66 million to fund capital and operating costs for 600 temporary modular homes in Vancouver.

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PRESS RELEASE -- Judy Graves Challenges By-Election Opponents to End Anti-Renter Exclusionary Zoning Across Vancouver

Vancouver BC, October 10, 2017 --  ln the midst of Vancouver’s most unaffordable rental market in history, Judy Graves has called on City Council candidates to support city-wide affordable zoning changes that would open every neighbourhood to building new purpose-built affordable rental and co-op housing.

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OneCity Continues Fight for Campaign Finance Reform, Releases Donors List

PRESS RELEASE -- OneCity Continues 4-Year Fight for Financial Reform, Releases Donors List


Vancouver BC, October 11, 2017 -- In keeping with OneCity’s commitment to transparency and financial accountability, OneCity released its list of donors today and again called on the Province to change the rules governing municipal election financing.

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Judy Graves Proposes Immediate Actions to End the Overdose Crisis

PRESS RELEASE -- Judy Graves Proposes Immediate Actions to End the Overdose Crisis

Vancouver BC, October 2, 2017 - Every five hours, one of our neighbours dies from a preventable drug overdose. A courageous response to the overdose crisis is long overdue.

Today, Judy Graves outlined the actions she would take as City Councillor to address the causes of the overdose crisis, strengthen front line responses, make our city safe for everyone, and advocate for change on national and provincial levels.

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How to Vote

We are officially two weeks away from the October 14th by-election. Please continue reading for all the information you need to support OneCity at the polls to help us build a Vancouver for everyone!

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There’s Nothing “Special” About Vision’s Unaffordable Housing Plan

Vancouver BC, September 29, 2017 –  Vision’s proposal to revive the “Vancouver Special” housing model from the 1980’s is another example of the half-measures and too-little-too-late offerings Vancouver voters have come to expect of the current Council.

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a shuttered school with chairs stacked in a pile


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE | 29 September 2017


We need to act now to ensure that School Board property is never sold to luxury condo developers.


Because public education funding has been under attack for so long, there is extra pressure on the School Board to make up their budget shortfalls by selling off public lands.


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