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The Vancouver City Planning Commission is an advisory body of volunteers appointed by Council with a broad mandate to consider and advise Council on matters relating to the future of Vancouver.

The Commission carries out this mandate through special projects on relevant issues, and by selecting specific matters on Council’s agenda on which to provide comment during Council’s deliberations.

In carrying out this work, the Commission organizes conferences, consultations, competitions, presentations and research on a variety of topics including housing, public realm, transportation, public engagement and neighbourhoods.

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Conversations
Timeline
Planning
Principles
Lecture and
Panel

Conversations about downtown waterfront hub

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Downtown Waterfront
Hub Framework
Planning 
milestones
Vancouver's
planning culture
Vancouver in the
21stC: Andy Yan
 
Dialogue
Historic Event
Comment
Publication

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A city of sustainable
neighbourhoods
1929 Bartholomew
master plan digitized
Vancouver in a
growing region
What the City can do
for affordable housing


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