Building a Vancouver for Everyone.

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Our Focus:


OneCity will fight tirelessly to put equity, affordability, and diversity at the centre of our city's policy decisions, and transform Vancouver into a place where every neighbourhood is for everyone.

Affordable transit

OneCity plans to act quickly to create complete, mixed communities around transit hubs and corridors.


  • Upcoming events

    Saturday, February 13, 2021 at 06:00 PM · $25.00 CAD
    Online (Registrants will be sent a link)

    Dumpling Date Night

    Join OneCity Cllr Christine Boyle + Trustee Jennifer Reddy in learning how to make dumplings with local Chef and Restaurateur Alain Chow.

    Alain Chow is an award winning chef at Bao Bei Brasserie and partner at Kissa Tanto restaurant in Vancouver’s Chinatown.

    Ahead of the event you'll be sent a list of simple ingredients to purchase, and Chef Chow will walk us through the steps to make our own dumplings, while Christine, Jennifer, and Special Guests talk politics, answer your questions, and share stories of cooking disasters, galentine's adventures, and more.

    This Valentine's Day weekend, stay home and join us online, on your own or with someone special. You'll be in good, fun, feminist, foodie company, supporting OneCity's plans to build a Vancouver for everyone.

    Our goal is that cost is not a barrier to participating. If you'd like to use a donated ticket, or to pay what you can, email [email protected] with your request and we will be in touch!


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    MEDIA RELEASE: VANCOUVER SCHOOL BOARD TRUSTEE CALLS FOR BAN ON SALE OF SCHOOL BOARD’S PUBLIC LAND January 20th, 2021, Vancouver, BC – On Monday, January 25th, OneCity Vancouver School Board Trustee Jennifer Reddy will introduce a motion calling for a ban on the sale of land owned by the Vancouver School Board.
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    Black Lives Matter

    Like so many of you, we’re shaken and saddened by the recent murders of George Floyd and Breonna Taylor at the hands of US police officers. In Toronto, the suspicious circumstances surrounding the death of Regis Korchinski-Paquet are also deeply troubling. We are profoundly concerned by the ways white supremacy, institutional racism, and police brutality continue to thrive, though we are inspired by the protests and challenges to power that have been sparked by these horrific events. Black lives matter. We stand in solidarity with those demanding justice for Black communities. We stand in solidarity with all Black people for whom institutional racism causes harm and deep pain. We ask you to join us as we work to turn that fear and grief into action. Our response to violence and racism is to issue a challenge to them -- always. We must do this as individuals and organizations. We will continue to stand in solidarity with struggles for racial, economic, social, and environmental justice for Black communities. We see these endeavours as interconnected to all of our work for justice. School Trustee Jennifer Reddy will continue to fight for equity in public education, including ensuring that our schools are places where Black students can learn in dignity and safety . Councillor Christine Boyle will continue to support anti-racism work by amplifying the voices of Black communities and leaders, and challenging the idea that policing is the solution to all of the problems our communities face. As activists, and as a political party, we will continue to centre the voices of those our society marginalizes. We will foreground policies that ensure justice and dignity for all, and not just a few. Please take a few minutes to check out this list of resources, including links to organizations fighting racism and supporting Black communities. You can scroll down to a list of Canada-specific organizations. If you would like to help Black communities in BC, please consider donating to the Black in BC Community Support Fund for COVID-19. 
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