He’s been criticized and celebrated – for his opposition to oil sands pipelines and his controversial call for progressives to work together. VO sat down with B.C.’s hopeful to replace Jack Layton.
Nearly a month since Vancouver’s Coalition of Progressive Electors (COPE) were evicted from City Hall (but for Allan Wong’s single school board seat) in the November 19 elections, many on the Left are grappling with COPE’s loss.
Will the former councillor run in 2014? Will she even have a home? We get up close.
2011 Vancouver Municipal Election: Why was Vision’s campaign ally COPE flushed from City Hall?
With 3 days left until the election, The Left Coast Post catches up with Randy Helten and Nicole Benson of Neighbourhoods for a Sustainable Vancouver. Spoilers or prophets? You decide
Wanna know Councillor Ellen Woodsworth’s fundamental political position? People matter