The NPA has embarked on a program of neighbourhood policy forums to seek input from you – Vancouver’s residents and businesses. We want to discuss some of the key issues affecting your community like the possibility of development and changing neighbourhoods, facility improvements and upgrades as well as the local schools and the wants and needs of families. Some additional discussion items will be focused around:
- Community Amenities
- Seniors Housing & Services
- Dunbar Community Centre
- Heritage Housing
- Point Grey Rd Closure and Traffic Congestion
- Cross-Boundary School Enrollment Issues
Join us at our Kerrisdale and Dunbar Neighbourhood Forum, Thursday, June 5, 2014 at the Ryerson United Church, 2195 West 45th Avenue.
Please join us and bring your input and ideas. The forum will be held in a workshop format, with small groups exploring issues then presenting their thoughts to the larger group. These discussions will help form our platform and policies for the next election in November 2014.
Hope to see you there! Event begins at 6:00PM and the event hashtag for twitter is #NPAListens
Please note if you do not have an email address, you can register for the Forum by calling the NPA: (778) 837-8084
Dear NPA Members, Supporters and Friends,
Last night, at the beautiful Vancouver Convention Centre West, we held our Celebrate Vancouver Campaign Launch and Fundraiser. I had the privilege, along with our NPA Vice-President, Rob Macdonald, to speak to a sold out crowd filled with many local business owners, engaged citizens and young professionals.
We are proud to announce that this event has raised well over $100,000 that will help the NPA gear up for the campaign trail ahead. This huge showing of attendees and funds raised proves that we are a revitalized, renewed and engaged team focused on listening to our communities while ensuring that transparency and accountability are returned to city hall.
Wednesday, May 7, 2014
Vancouver Convention Centre West
5:30 pm Reception
7:00 pm Dinner & Program
9:30 pm Wrap up
In the lead-up to the November municipal election, the NPA is working hard on a number of fronts to gain momentum. From candidate recruitment to election readiness, this is a critical time for the party as we seek to regain control of municipal politics.
As such, we are hosting a Campaign Launch Party & Fundraiser on Wednesday, May 7. Please join us to have some fun, talk some politics and raise some money!
For more information and to register on-line:
**For information on additional sponsorship opportunities please contact Leah at email@example.com or 604-227-3560
The NPA has embarked on a program of neighbourhood policy forums to seek input from you – Vancouver’s residents and businesses. Marpole rezoning has been a huge issue in the city and area residents deserve to have their voices heard.
Join us at our Marpole Neighbourhood Forum, Thursday, March 13, 2014 at the Coast Vancouver Airport Hotel at 1041 SW Marine Drive.
Please join us and bring your input and ideas. We will discuss the Marpole Rezoning, Public Consultation, City Hall Planning and the wants and needs of the community. The forum will be held in a workshop format, with small groups exploring issues then presenting their thoughts to the larger group. These discussions will help form our platform and policies for the next election in November 2014.
Hope to see you there! Event begins at 6:30PM and the event hashtag for twitter is #NPAListens
Please note if you do not have an email address, you can register for the Marpole Forum by calling the NPA: (778) 837-8084
Vancouver, B.C. (January 18, 2014) – The Vancouver NPA has announced the details for its upcoming Oakridge Neighbourhood Forum. The forum will be held on Wednesday, January 29, 2014 at the Peretz Centre – 6184 Ash Street in Vancouver – next to Oakridge Centre starting at 6:30 PM.
The Oakridge forum will take the form of a round-table discussion with small groups exploring issues and then presenting to the larger group. The controversial Oakridge Centre rezoning proposal, as well as other ongoing issues in and around the Oakridge area, will be among the topics under discussion.
Forums for other Vancouver neighbourhoods are also being planned: for Marpole at the end of February, for Grandview Woodlands at the beginning of March, and for Killarney at the end of March.
The NPA has embarked on this program of neighbourhood policy forums to seek input from residents and businesses. The discussions that take place will help the NPA formulate its platform and policies for the upcoming municipal election in November 2014.