Mayor’s Communiqué: Making Vancouver a Better Place

In this edition Vancouver Board of Trade Election Night in Vancouver Record of Achievement Vancouver Board of Trade Luncheon Tribute to Mayor Sullivan Join our celebrity roasters and toasters as they help us say “thank you” to Mayor Sam Sullivan for his 15 years on Vancouver City Council. This special Spirit of Vancouver® luncheon recognizes …

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Mayor Sam Sullivan tackled tough issues

By Carlito Pablo, Georgia Straight Free, though not by choice, from the rigours of an election, outgoing Vancouver mayor Sam Sullivan confesses that he misses the rough-and-tumble of the sport called politics. “I was suited for it in a certain way, in that I am pretty well immune to criticism,” Sullivan told the Georgia Straight …

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Sullivan says ‘I did everything I wanted do’

Q & A: He hopes he’ll be remembered for starting conversations on EcoDensity and Project Civil City Source: Vancouver Sun After 15 years on council, three of them as mayor, Sam Sullivan is stepping aside from civic politics. The decision was made for him last summer when he lost the NPA nomination to re-offer for …

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Open Letter from Mayor Sam Sullivan

Southeast False Creek planning a decade in the making – Mayors Owen, Campbell & Sullivan have helped see this historic project through As most Vancouverites know, I am not seeking re-election. And while I do not have a direct political stake in the outcome of Saturday’s election for the first time in 15 years, I …

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Vancouver documentary filmmaker studies depression

Filmmaker Anthony Kupnicki has produced a new documentary on the subject of depression entitled Into The Know (trailer featured above). The documentary features an interview with Mayor Sam Sullivan. In Part 1 of the series, Anthony interviews motivated leaders, innovative thinkers and individuals struggling with powerful stigmas attached to disabilities and disorders. Into the Know: …

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Mayor’s Communiqué: Celebrating Arts, Culture & Our Great Beginnings

In this edition Remembrance Day Services Across Vancouver – Free Parking for Veterans Improvements to Chinatown, Japantown, Gastown & Stratchcona Investing in Arts, Culture & Heritage Meeting of Canada’s First Ministers Liberal Party of Canada Leadership-Biennial Convention coming to Vancouver Clr. Elizabeth Ball (2nd from left) with Mayor Sullivan and members of the East side …

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