The City of Vancouver has launched Resilient Vancouver, a multi-year strategy aimed at enhancing the capacity of our neighbourhoods, our government and our infrastructure to serve our diverse communities today, and to withstand and recover from inevitable shocks and stresses, now and in the future.Continue reading “City of Vancouver Launches Resilience Strategy”
On June 11, 2019, Vancouver City Council appointed Robyn Chan to the Vancouver City Planning Commission for a term ending on December 31, 2019.Continue reading “New Commissioner: Robyn Chan”
From June 3 to 6, 2019, the Women Deliver conference is coming to Vancouver.
It’s the world’s biggest conference on gender equality and the health, rights, and well-being of girls and women.Continue reading “Women Deliver Conference – Designing Cities Day”
The Vancouver City Planning Commission (VCPC) 2018 Summit on A City for All was held at the Community Roundhouse in Yaletown on December 4, 2018. The full day event was attended by over 228 participants from City of Vancouver Advisory Committees, community groups and organizations from all sectors (public, private, academic, and not for profit). Participants worked in 19 round-tables throughout the day to present examples of their work and lived experiences, identify their key findings, and make recommendations.
The goal was to improve Vancouver’s resiliency by building social capacity. The topics clustered around three themes: Belonging, Equity, and the Design of Places and Spaces; and overarching frameworks: Intersectionality and Reconciliation. At the end of the day, each table gave a brief summary of their priorities to senior City managers (see list of staff and trustees in the Acknowledgements section).Continue reading “RELEASE: A City for All Summit Report & Workbook”
At our April 10, 2019 meeting, the Vancouver City Planning Commission appointed Nola Kate Seymoar, Omar Dominguez, Jennifer Marshall and Marnie Tamaki as their Executive Committee for 2019.Continue reading “2019 VCPC Executive”