How can we create a post-pandemic Vancouver that is just, equitable, decolonized, and inclusive for all?
June 23, 2020 7:00pm via ZoomContinue reading “EVENT: The Post-Pandemic City We Want”
By: Sinem Culhaoglu
Following the lively 2019 Year-in-Review Workshop, the Vancouver City Planning Commission (VCPC), came together on February 6th 2020, to discuss the very planning milestones that transformed Vancouver in 2019. Partnered with SFU’ Vancity Office of Community Engagement, this event once again brought together some of the city’s most passionate urbanists and advocates, to reflect on the last 12-months of Vancouver city planning. This engaging and collaborative event was designed as a public forum, to represent a dialogue about the past, present, and future of the City of Vancouver.Continue reading “RECAP: 2019 Year-in-Review: A Panel Discussion on the Milestones That Transformed Vancouver”
What were the planning milestones that transformed Vancouver in 2019?Continue reading “VIDEO: 2019 Planning and Development Year-in-Review”
A panel discussion on the planning milestones that transformed Vancouver in 2019
Expropriation of derelict hotels. Plans for 6,000 new units in 11 high-rises at the foot of Burrard Bridge, some as high as 60 storeys. Increase emission-reduction targets five-fold. Vancouver in 2019 was transformed. Or was it?
The Vancouver City Planning Commission, in partnership with SFU’s Vancity Office of Community Engagement, is bringing together some of the city’s top urbanists and advocates to look back 12-months in order to see where Vancouver is heading.Continue reading “EVENT: 2019 Planning and Development Year-in-Review, February 6, 2020”