Be a Member
OneCity is a political party and progressive voice for people and communities in Vancouver. We focus on affordable housing, climate justice, better transportation, childcare, a sustainable economy, and a strong public education system. We are working for an inclusive, vibrant, and affordable city -- a city for everyone, not just a few. Councillor Christine Boyle and School Board Trustee Jennifer Reddy bring OneCity's values and priorities to City Council and School Board.
As an organization, we practice respectful and positive engagement. We are committed to transparent and cooperative decision-making, and value all voices.
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What are the benefits of membership?
- Participate in members-only events and volunteer opportunities
- Vote to nominate candidates for municipal office
- Vote at Annual and Special General Meetings (must be member for at least 30 days)
- Eligible to run for our Organizing Committee and Executive (must be member for at least 90 days)
- Join one of our election planning teams and participate in platform and campaign development
Am I eligible to be a member?
To be eligible to become a OneCity member you must:
- Agree to support OneCity's Statement of Values (see below)
- Agree to support no other civic parties in Vancouver
- Commit to actively participating in the organization’s activities
- Be at least 16 years of age
- Be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident
- Reside in British Columbia
- Reside in or have a significant connection to the city of Vancouver
- Members of OneCity pay a fee of at least $10/year; if you are unable to pay this fee, please contact [email protected]
What are OneCity's values?
The following Statement of Values guides us in all of our work:
OneCity acknowledges that we live and do our political work in Vancouver on the traditional, unceded territories of the Musqueam, Squamish and Tsleil-Waututh peoples. We recognize that the racist and violent practices of colonization have had devastating impacts on these communities and that their effects continue to this day. The ongoing resistance of and victories achieved by indigenous communities offer us vital lessons about how to do our own political work that align with principles of social justice and reconciliation. We voice our solidarity with these resilient communities.
Our focus is on environmental and climate justice, a sustainable economy, social justice, affordability and equity. We believe our social and cultural lives should be integrated with our political lives.
We are committed to transparent and cooperative decision-making. We may disagree but we view disagreements as opportunities for strengthening our understanding of one another’s perspectives and as moments to build our organization.
We practice respectful and positive engagement. We recognize that we are all learning and that we always have something to learn from one another.
We want to build diverse and equitable communities in Vancouver. We embrace each other’s differences in experience and perspectives and see this as a strength in building an inclusive community.
We are a progressive voice for people and communities. We strive to create an environment that welcomes participation and engagement from as many people as possible.
We are working for an inclusive, vibrant and affordable city -- a city for everyone, not just a few. We acknowledge the variety of obstacles facing members of our organization and residents of our city that are both institutional and systemic and we commit ourselves to working against these obstacles in all their forms.
We are a movement of social change. We undertake, together, to build a kinder, more just, more equitable city.