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Vancouver’s Ultimate 2011 Election Map

Building on the analysis I did for COPE, here is a map that summarizes at a very high level the voting results in Vancouver. I looked at the ‘winners’ – the candidates that placed in the top 10 for city … Continue reading

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Vancouver Election Analysis Maps

Note: Check out the updated map here. I thought I was done with Vancouver election analysis. But COPE asked me to do some extra work to help their membership understand what happened during the election, and since I like COPE … Continue reading

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Vancouver Election Analysis – Candidate Correlation

This will be my last election analysis post. I promise. The Vancouver election results are particularly interesting to analyze because each voter had multiple choices to make – 1 vote for mayor, 10 council, 7 parks board, and 8 school … Continue reading

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Deep Dive into the Vancouver Election Results

I did a quick analysis of the Vancouver election results last night, but this morning I did a deeper dive into the data (Skyrim can wait). I went through the 135 polling districts and tried to find interesting patterns and … Continue reading

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Vancouver Election Results – Reaction and Analysis

I’m tired and it’s been a long day. I spent 12 hours scrutineering at Renfrew Community Centre, ensuring that Vision got its supporters to the polls. I hope it isn’t a reflection of my hard work, but Suzanne Anton received … Continue reading

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Voting Resources

When? Saturday, November 19, 8:00 AM – 8:00 PM Where? Check out the City of Vancouver’s election website for basic information on where to vote and what identification you need. Who? Whomever you think will represent your interests and make … Continue reading

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My Endorsed Slate for Vancouver Election

For Mayor, I’ll be voting for Gregor Robertson of Vision Vancouver. For council, my votes in order of preference: Andrea Reimer (Vision) – cool, environmentalist, leading Greenest City initiative Geoff Meggs (Vision) – transportation guru, supportive of bike lanes Heather … Continue reading

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Vote Vision Vancouver – Reason #5: Greenest City

Reason #5: Greenest City Vancouver is a green city, in almost every respect. It’s what convinced me to move here 5 years ago. I love that Gregor Robertson and Vision Vancouver are working hard to make it even greener. After … Continue reading

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Vote Vision Vancouver – Reason #4: Homeless Shelters

Homelessness is one of those issues that gets a lot of attention, but seems too big to fix. Last month, during Homeless Action Week, I went to a documentary night where Judy Graves and a street nurse answered questions after … Continue reading

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Vote Vision Vancouver – Reason #3: Urban Agriculture

Reason #3: Urban Agriculture Vancouver has always been a strong supporter of urban agriculture. The 100-mile diet was developed in BC, many restaurants showcase local ingredients, and the Farmers Markets have been growing since 1995. Vision Vancouver has continued that … Continue reading

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