The City of Vancouver is seeking volunteers from the general public to apply for positions on the Vancouver City Planning Commission. Application for this positions are now online at the City of Vancouver website, with a deadline of Friday, November 1, 2019.Continue reading “Apply to be a Vancouver City Planning Commissioner”
On September 25, 2019, SFU’s Vancity Office of Community Engagement, the PIBC South Coast Chapter and the Vancouver City Planning Commission hosted a panel that explored the work of Indigenous planners in Vancouver.Continue reading “VIDEO: Decolonizing the City – The Future of Indigenous Planning in Vancouver”
At its In Camera meeting on September 10, 2019, Vancouver City Council appointed Dylan Rose to the Vancouver City Planning Commission (VCPC) for a term beginning immediately, and ending December 31, 2021.Continue reading “New Commissioner: Dylan Rose”
The Vancouver City Planning Commission is supporting the Vancouver Foundation’s On the Table initiative. On the Table calls on everyone across BC to help create a sense of welcome and belonging in our communities. From gathering neighbours in the park to connecting with coworkers in the lunchroom, On the Table BC can be hosted by anyone, anywhere .
It’s a simple idea, but a deeply profound one. Each host will choose their own venue, serve their own food, and talk about the issues and ideas they find most interesting. The topics people discuss will be collected and shared—providing an exciting snapshot of what’s on people’s minds throughout BC right. It’s a fun, meaningful opportunity for people everywhere to meet, gather, and share.Continue reading “Invitation to Host an “On the Table” Gathering”
On September 25, 2019, SFU’s Vancity Office of Community Engagement, the PIBC South Coast Chapter, and the Vancouver City Planning Commission will host a panel that explores the work of Indigenous planners in Vancouver. It will look behind the scenes on what it takes to strengthen relations and create new practices and policies with Musqueam, Squamish, and Tsleil-Waututh Nations, and with urban Indigenous communities, from a City of Vancouver context.
Panelists will reflect on what reconciliation means for city planning, how Indigenous Planning in Vancouver has changed over time, and what Indigenous rights means for urban planning today.
The panel will be moderated by Ginger Gosnell-Myers, Decolonization Strategist, Urban Planner, and Researcher.Continue reading “EVENT: Decolonizing the City: The Future of Indigenous Planning in Vancouver”