Now, more than ever, Vancouver needs a mayor with strong leadership skills, dedication and integrity to make this great city even greater. Kirk LaPointe is that individual. His personal background, career achievements and values make him the right person to lead Vancouver.
Kirk’s ability to rise above a challenging childhood built character and compassion and instilled in him a principled work ethic, commitment to community and constant sense of service. The son of a single mother, he and his family didn’t have a lot of resources, but his circumstances served to create the quality of perseverance and the motivation to excel.
It is with regret that I announce that I have accepted the resignation of Rob Macdonald as a director of the NPA board of directors.
Rob has done tremendous work for the NPA and in his role as vice-president he played a vital role in reinvigorating the NPA and now believes that this important task has been accomplished with the announcement of a slate of excellent candidates being led by mayoral candidate Kirk LaPointe. Continue reading →
Mayoral candidate Kirk LaPointe welcomes accomplished group to NPA ahead of November municipal election
Wednesday, July 30, 2014, Vancouver BC - Non-Partisan Association mayoral candidate Kirk LaPointe today unveiled four new candidates for Park Board Commissioner and four new candidates for School Board Trustee.
Mayoral candidate Kirk LaPointe welcomes diverse group of candidates to Council race
Thursday, July 24, 2014, Vancouver BC - Non-Partisan Association mayoral candidate Kirk LaPointe today unveiled four candidates seeking election to Vancouver City Council:
Rob McDowell; and
They join incumbent Council candidates George Affleck and Elizabeth Ball, current Park Board Commissioner Melissa De Genova and former Park Board Chair Ian Robertson on the NPA Council slate. Continue reading →