Vision Vancouver to deliver an annual City-Wide Large-Item Removal Day

While other parties focus on wedge issues and sensational fear mongering on hypothetical policies, Vision Vancouver is working to provide practical solutions to everyday problems faced by residents in every corner of the city. 

Today, Vision Vancouver is announcing that, if elected, it would work to introduce a publicly funded city-wide large-item removal day by Spring 2023. 

City of Immigrants

Honieh Barzegari هانیه برزگری   is a Vision Vancouver candidate for council.

Last week, I was getting ready to go to my flamenco dance class. All of a sudden, I received an email from the City of Vancouver’s chief election officer. The email was to notify me that the city had filed an application with the B.C. Provincial Court to challenge my nomination.

Increase climate ambition, expand safe cycling and urban forests, prioritize health and safety for citizens: Vision’s Climate Plan

Vision builds on Greenest City; will restore Vancouver’s place as climate leader

Vision Vancouver released its climate and environmental agenda today, with a series of actions that respond to the impact that the climate crisis is having on Vancouverites and reposition Vancouver as a global green leader.

“Extreme heat, wildfire smoke, and erratic weather events have all impacted people in this city in real and damaging ways,” said Vision Vancouver council candidate Lesli Boldt.


Vision Vancouver: vote on city-wide zoning reform within 90 days of taking office

Vision releases five-point housing agenda to take bold, swift action on housing, end delays

Vision Vancouver council candidates released a five-point plan on affordable housing today, with a focus on ending zoning bans on apartments, increasing affordable housing supply and protecting renters. Vision Vancouver’s first priority will be to introduce a motion directing City staff to bring forward policy within 90 days on city-wide zoning reform, to open up all neighbourhoods to low- and mid-rise 'missing middle' housing options.

Vision Vancouver to eliminate natural gas heating systems from Vancouver schools by 2035

School trustee candidates promise urgent action to prepare schools for climate impacts

If elected, Vision Vancouver school board trustees would move swiftly to work with the BC government to get natural gas out of all public schools by 2035, and provide retraining for any impacted staff as a result of the change. Vision would incorporate climate resiliency into all future school designs, and it would explore opportunities to retrofit existing school sites with updated cooling systems so they could be used as cooling centres in the coming years.


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