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Fuelling the Movement in Vancouver with Ken Sim

Vancouver is the only municipality in Canada with an elected park board.

Does it even matter who wins if the Greens, OneCity, and COPE end up with a majority of seats on council?

Former NPA mayoral candidate Ken Sim ‘impetus’ for Vancouver’s newest party

“Homelessness is expensive”, said Vancouver mayor Kennedy Stewart when asked whether $3.5 million spent on the Oppenheimer Park encampment was a good use of taxpayers’ money.

Ken Sim lost by fewer than 1,000 votes in to current Mayor Kennedy Stewart in the 2018 election

Sim came within 958 votes of being city’s mayor in 2018 election

Ken Sim, the NPA mayoral candidate who narrowly lost the 2018 election, says he’ll run for mayor again in 2022 — against his former party.

OPINION: The city should identify and keep all revenue-generating items that make a net positive contribution, then should sort all remaining expenditures into…


Congratulations to @AmarjeetSohiYEG & @JyotiGondek on your elections as Mayors of two of Canada’s great cities.

You are inspirations to many Canadians, and I look forward to the opportunity to work with you at the Big City Mayor’s table this time next year.

Our city needs leadership, we need to be bold, we need to build something new.

This time our movement is going to build a better city together.

Sound on! 🔊🔊🔊

Last night I accepted the nomination to be @abettercityvancouver’s Mayoral Candidate for the 2022 Vancouver Municipal Election.

This morning we released the first steps in our plan to bring bold leadership to City Hall.

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