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Vancouver's Affordability Trap

It's hard to know what to make of B.C. Premier Christy Clark's response to Mayor Gregor Robertson's better-late-than-never request for government action around Vancouver's affordability trap. But if you peel back the layers and actually take the time to read through both the B.C. Finance Ministry's briefing note on the topic, and then the research submitted by the B.C. Real Estate Association, things become a little more clear. This is a decision born more from ideology than from any evidence-based analysis.

Share your talents and experience as a Regional Rep

Nominations are now open for the BC Green Party Regional Representatives!

This year at the party’s AGM, a motion was passed to reorganize our 14 regions into 6 with boundaries based on Elections BC’s regional definitions. This will allow us to have a more focused and supported regional engagement. We are working together to set the stage for the 2017 election and expanding on regional support is a major step to the goal of forming government.

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Bubble Trouble—the need for thoughtful regulation and role of government

I was cautiously optimistic to hear the Premier’s May 30th announcement that the BC Liberal government have begun researching the options for taking action on the issue of unaffordable housing prices.

Fish by the barrel


Wild sockeye salmon is the most financially lucrative renewable marine resource on the West Coast. Thanks in large part to sockeye trade, generations of coastal peoples have built strong economies and vibrant cultures.

These traditions continue today, but BC Liberals and Harper Conservatives seem determined to gut our west coast fishery just like we gutted the east coast cod fishery. Our provincial and federal governments keep putting fossil fuels ahead of better economic opportunities and more sustainable practices.

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