The municipal election in Vancouver is on Saturday, Oct. 15, with citizens voting for one mayor, 10 councillors, seven park board commissioners and nine school trustees. With a busy ballot, we're here to help you be informed ahead of election day through interviews with five of Vancouver's top mayoral contenders. Dive in to hear their views on important issues this election, from housing to climate.
In This Series
The Tyee sat down with Stewart to talk renter protections, alternatives to policing and how to fix a dysfunctional council.
The Tyee sat down with the candidate and talked crime, homelessness and the plight of landlords.
The Tyee sat down with the candidate to talk about zoning, the problem with SROs and why Vancouver doesn’t need more police.
The Tyee sat down with the candidate to talk subways, zoning and searching for elusive data.
The Tyee sat down with the candidate to talk housing, policing and going up against Kennedy Stewart for a second time.