We want to build a movement that is focused on getting Vancouver back to basics and back to working for you.


Ken’s Story.

Ken Sim is a son of Vancouver, raised by immigrant parents on the South Side, a graduate of Churchill Secondary, UBC, and an FCPA.

Ken believes in Vancouver, he’s built a life here with his wife Teena, their four boys and their dog Hank, and he wants to build a city that provides the same avenues of opportunity for everyone.


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News & Media

Ken in the news


Vancouver is doing more than its fair share in tackling the climate, housing, and poisoned drug crises.

It's time for all levels of government to work in partnership, and that means holding the Provincial and Federal governments accountable.

@kensimcity, "declined to blame city hall for spending on downloaded services, but complimented city staff’s work on outlining how 'Vancouver is getting hosed by higher levels of government.'”

It's these kinds of attacks that are making Vancouverites from all walks of life feel unsafe.

That's why I'm committed to making sure we tackle these problems with more Officers in neighbourhoods so that they can put a stop to criminal behaviour like this.

#VPDNews: Vancouver Police have released security video of an unsolved attack on a woman on New Year’s Eve, and ask anyone who can identify the suspect to come forward.

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Thx to @lorrainelowe_ & @sarahkirby_yung for their advocacy on behalf of the community in @YVR_Chinatown.

Vandalism is a problem all over the city, but talking to business owners & residents of Chinatown, they feel like they've been abandoned by City Hall - that has to ...change.

Chinatown's Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Garden vandalized by graffiti again

Such a tragedy, my heart goes out to those who knew him, and to the community, who are obviously reeling from this.

I hope that his killer is found and brought to justice.

Vancouver police have confirmed Justis Daniel, 77, was found dead in the Tatlow Park caretaker's residence around 11 a.m. on Friday.

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