As a founding Mobi member, I’m ecstatic, that not only Vancouver (finally) has bike share, but that its first year has been so successful. Here’s to continued success and future growth based on this strong foundation.
The Executive Director acts as the primary resource and support for the Vancouver City Planning Commission on matters relating to the future of the city.
My role at Strong Towns is to help the team out with doing social media, digital advertising and community building for the organization.
My father, Alan Artibise, officially retired today after a 44 year career in academia.
On Monday, May 12, 2014, I was invited to a community forum to discuss how co-operative housing can help address affordability in Vancouver.
As you may know, I have been running for the past few years. Last week, I was contacted by the Vancouver Sun for insights on how I stay motivated.
Guys, let’s talk health and technology at the A GP for Me Vancouver Digital Dude Hangout at Invoke Labs Labs on April 8.
I’m helping promote a Vancouver based campaign called A GP For Me Vancouver, an initiative to help more citizens have a family doctor.
I was honoured to be asked to be profiled in fellow urbanists, Jillian Glover’s Nueve’s This City Life blog as part of a new series entitled ‘Citymakers.’
I am honoured to be asked to be the first interviewee for ‘Urbanism Speakeasy” a new podcast by Andy Boenau, an urbanist and transportation engineer.