Vancouver votes 2014

Sunday, November 16, 2014
Thanks for the kind words and well wishes everybody.. I had a relaxing morning, walking the dog and hanging out with Dawn in the hood. Of course, I was disappointed not to break onto council, but thanks to so much support from so many of you: we... Keep Reading
Thursday, November 13, 2014
As Vancouver prepares to vote this saturday, I was honoured to be included on the Straight Slate picks for City Council as one of the most transparent politicians running for office. "Because of widespread concern over low voter turnout, we’ve... Keep Reading
With former Portland mayor Bud Clark
Wednesday, October 29, 2014
MY NAME’S PETE Fry. I’m a creative professional, entrepreneur and community activist, and I’m running for city council with the Green Party of Vancouver. I’ve been self-employed most of my adult life with clients ranging from the DIY indie music and... Keep Reading
Monday, October 27, 2014
This morning, I was asked to comment on the notion that certain unions have it out for the Greens (and COPE). While we do enjoy solid support from some unions, according to revelations published by by Bob Mackin and others, other unions might appear... Keep Reading
Wednesday, October 15, 2014
Vancouverites recently heard the news that some of the city’s largest underdeveloped greyfield sites — the 21-hectare Jericho Garrison site and another 8.5 hectares near Cambie and 33rd — are being reconsidered in a new partnership between First... Keep Reading
Friday, September 19, 2014
We released our full Vancouver Green Partly platform yesterday! check it out at:   Keep Reading
Friday, September 5, 2014
I'm having a get-together of friends and supporters for cocktails, canapés, and a little campaign building at the Emerald Club… As you know, I'm full speed ahead in my bid for a seat at City Council, but I need your help: volunteers, fundraising,... Keep Reading
BIG Architecture / Westbank : Vancouver House rendering
Tuesday, July 29, 2014
The notion that at least some of Vancouver's development is being targeted to wealthy investors and thus skewing our own housing market – making it more expensive for local residents – shouldn't come as much of a surprise to anyone who lives here... Keep Reading
Image © DonkeyHotey, see postcript
Saturday, June 28, 2014
Given the abysmally low voter turnout of past civic elections (just under 35 percent of eligible voters in 2011), Vancouver chief election officer Janice MacKenzie’s announcement on June 25 to expand opportunities and places to vote with at-large... Keep Reading
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