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COPE Candidates Woodsworth and Granby Support Creation of Farmers’ Market to Operate on Year Round Basis

Media Release Wednesday, October 5th 2011 Vancouver – COPE City Councilor Ellen Woodsworth and Park Board Candidate Brent Granby are supporting the creation of a permanent farmers’ market infrastructure that would operate throughout the entire year. While farmers’ markets are becoming an ever-popular occurrence in Vancouver neighbourhoods, they are still mostly limited to the fair […]

COPE Candidates Woodsworth and Granby Announce Plans for Local Food Security Development, at Last Main St. Farmer’s Market

For Immediate Release: Wednesday, October 5th, 2011 COPE Candidates Woodsworth and Granby Announce Plans for Local Food Security Development, at Last Main St. Farmer’s Market Vancouver – As the Thanksgiving long weekend approaches, so does the closure of the Main St Farmer’s market. At the last market this Wednesday, October 5th, 2011, COPE Councilor Ellen […]

Stronger Four Pillars Drug Plan First Step to Healthy, Safe Neighbourhoods

Media Release: Thursday September 29, 2011 Vancouver Can Count on COPE to Deliver A Comprehensive Plan to Improve Public Health and Community Safety Stronger Four Pillars Drug Plan First Step to Healthy, Safe Neighbourhoods Vancouver- COPE Candidates are reinforcing Vancouver’s Four Pillar’s Drug Strategy as part of a comprehensive plan to improve Vancouver’s public health […]

Count on COPE Park Board Candidates Brent Granby and Donalda Greenwell-Baker to Build More Public Washrooms

Media Advisory: Interview Opportunity Photos of washrooms at Pigeon Park September 25, 2011 VANCOUVER WHAT: COPE Candidates for Park Board, Brent Granby and Donalda Greenwell-Baker will make the building of public washrooms in Vancouver a priority. “For seniors, low income residents, folks of varying physical abilities and tourists, COPEʼs plans will create and maintain parks […]

Aaron Jasper’s motion to explore developing a native cultural and educational centre

At the September 19, 2011 Park Board meeting the Chair of Park Board will bring the following motion forward: Whereas a $250,000 annual operating deficit was identified during the 2010 budgeting process for the operation of the Children’s Farmyard; Whereas the Park Board was interested in eliminating this deficit by seeking alternative operating models or […]

Comox-Helmcken Greenway, community consultation is starting. Be part of the solution

Comox-Helmckin GreenWay Connecting People-Creating Places: From False Creek to Stanley Park The City of Vancouver plans to build the Comox Helmcken Greenway in the Fall of 2012. Tell the City how they can make this route even better. Attend an open House, workshop or a walking tour. Saturday, September 17: Open House: 9 am – […]

Have your say: Stanley Park cycling plan open house

The Vancouver Board of Parks and Recreation is embarking on a process to evaluate and resolve issues with cycling in Stanley Park to enhance the park experience for all users. Everyone is invited to drop by a public open house to provide their comments which will be used to develop options to improve cycling in […]

The first ever Stanley Park Bioblitz, August 20/21

With community help, this 24 hour citizen science relay aims to identify as many living things as possible in the Park.   Together with scientists, local stewardship groups and YOU, we hope to increase our knowledge of the Park’s native biodiversity. Events running throughout the two days are FREE and open to the public. Enjoy hands-on […]

Please support me in seeking a nomination as a COPE candidate for Park Board, Nov. 19.

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Please support me in seeking a nomination as a COPE candidate for Park Board, Nov. 19.

Brent Granby Join COPE With more a dozen years experience as a community organizer and primary care-giver (daughters Saffrin and Mallika and my physician partner, Anita Palepu), I am seeking a seat on the Park Board to fight for more resilient communities, sustainability and the protection of the ecosystems and natural capital that underpins the […]