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

    Sunday, November 01, 2020 at 04:00 PM · 72 rsvps
    Zoom -- Link will be e-mailed closer to the event date. Please leave the "send me email updates" box checked so we can send you the link..

    Climate Art Party with Special Guest Raffi

    The City of Vancouver's largest Climate Emergency Response Plan comes back to Council Nov 3rd, and we need your help to make sure it passes. Join us for a Virtual Art Party, to make signs telling Council why they need to act boldly on the Climate Emergency!

    Hosted by Trustee Jennifer Reddy, Cllr Christine Boyle, and the OneCity Kids Club, with special guest Raffi

    Nov 1st, 4-5pm, online 

    We'll hear a bit about the plan, write and draw signs to share, and hear music from beloved troubadour Raffi. All ages welcome! You'll need: paper to write or draw on, and something to write or draw with. 

    After the party we'll invite you to take a picture with your sign, and share it with Mayor and Council, by email or by posting it online and tagging them. This is an important vote, and even though we can't gather at City Hall together, we want elected leaders to know how much support there is for action that takes the scale and urgency of climate change seriously. 

    Christine Boyle Climate ActionCara Ng Climate ActionBrandon Yan Climate ActionBonnie Klein Climate Action

    Invite your friends, help spread the word!


  • Latest from the blog

    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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    Letter to the Board of Directors of the Greater Vancouver Food Bank

    Dear Greater Vancouver Food Bank's Board of Directors, We know that food banks have long been a critical source of support for those in need in this city. And this pandemic has shone a light on the importance of the social infrastructures that are in place to support those who are in need. Equity and inclusion are part of OneCity’s core values as an organization. Our thousands of members and supporters across the city are working to build an equitable and inclusive city, where those who are marginalized, precarious and vulnerable can still feel supported and engaged. As you are well-aware, food security is a critical part of the social supports that help those who are most in need to participate and stay engaged in civic life. For this reason, we are deeply troubled to learn about GVFB’s new policies for those in need to access food banks, including requiring proof of residency and proof of income from those hoping to access your services. Research and evidence show that the majority of food bank users are legitimately in need. We’re deeply concerned that requiring proof of residency and income will discourage and keep those who are most in need from using food banks. This group can include those who are homeless, recent and non-status newcomers who lack documentation, and anyone who feels stigmatized for using food banks. We urge the GVFB Board to heed the call from so many from the food security community, community groups, and residents, to revisit and remove the barriers that are being put in place for food bank users through these new policies. These changes will hurt those who are most in need. Thank you for the work that you do. And we hope that the concerns raised by so many in the Greater Vancouver community will help improve the important service you provide. Sincerely, Anna & Laura, Co-ChairsOneCity Vancouver
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