Thoughts about Sam

I wanted to share my thoughts about Sam Sullivan and let you know why I support him in his pursuit of the nomination for the BC Liberals in Vancouver-False Creek. I have been a long time supporter of Sam since his time as Mayor of Vancouver. Over time, I have come to see Sam as …

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Why Diversity Matters

Vancouver has tremendous diversity. Its stature as a world-class multicultural city is an impressive feat with a population of only 2 million people. If you agree that diversity is good for us, then Vancouver’s greatest asset is surely its people with our wide-ranging ideas, stories and backgrounds. But all too often, we find ourselves living …

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Sam Hosts a Party at the Olympic Village

Sam joins residents of the Vancouver-False Creek riding at the Tap & Barrel Restaurant in the Olympic Village.  Sam listened to their issues and shared his thoughts on the significance of the role they are playing in creating such a vibrant, diverse, and tremendously liveable dense community which is the epitome of an eco-dense neighbourhood.  …

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Why I Like Vancouver so Much

Why do I Live in Vancouver and Why do I Like it so Much? I’ve thought about this question frequently.  I’ve lived in downtown Vancouver for over 20 years, and I’m still excited by the city.  Here are my reflections.     Livability:  It’s rare in North America but in Vancouver we pack ourselves into …

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Meet and Greet at Opus Hotel

Sam addresses residents of the Vancouver-False Creek neighbourhood at the Opus Hotel and shares that the riding has the youngest demographic in BC and how thrilled he is to be getting so many younger folks involved in the political process.  December 12th.

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