For August’s Vancouver Urbanist Meetup we are going to head to Railtown to check out the Settlement Building at 55 Dunlavey Ave.
A group of journalists, professors, and non-profit leaders to predict the future of livable, walkable city life.
Co-op housing offers diverse and supportive communities with self-contained units, convenient amenities, and professional management staff.
For July’s Vancouver Urbanist Meetup, urbanist extraordinaire Neil Salmond is inviting us over to his backyard for a urban picnic!
On June 14, 2014, MP Mauril Bélanger was the guest of honour at the Athlete’s Village Housing Co-op for lunch and a tour of the facilities.
Vancouver commuters go slower than anyone else in North America, according to data from GPS company TomTom. The city’s transportation director says the traffic congestion is due to economic growth and an increasing population.
Guests representing housing co-operatives made presentations regarding the end of federal operating agreements and how this will affect housing co-ops.
Here’s an interesting segment on Cascadia that was recent featured on CBC’s ‘The National’ news program. It looks at regional identity, sports and the move for its own country.
The Mayors’ Council, representing 23 local elected governments in Metro Vancouver, have worked together to develop a common vision and action plan for our transportation system that will protect our regional economy, our environment, our health and quality of life.
This month, we’re doing something a bit different. Instead of meeting a a pub, we’re going to check out Italian Day on the Drive.