Mayor Richard Stewart (IN PERSON at the Terminal City Club)

  • 11 May 2022
  • 7:30 AM - 9:00 AM
  • Terminal City Club, 837 West Hastings St., Vancouver


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"Skytrain stations become the harbingers of high-density housing and wholesale changes to neighbourhoods.

Many residents are showing signs of “construction fatigue”, as new development all around them seems to never end.

Property values around Skytrain stations skyrocket, leaving triple-net business tenants holding unimaginable tax bills.

Some communities are demanding that we stop building so much housing, particularly high-density housing.

With the high cost of land, higher-density options become the only viable ones for most families.

Housing prices – both for-sale and rental housing – are increasingly out of reach.

Housing advocates are demanding that more affordable housing is needed.

Public Hearings are starting to see more and more opposition to neighbourhood change.

The province announces that last year saw a record 100,000 new residents move to BC.

The Minister of Housing is insisting that cities aren’t approving housing fast enough.

Neighbourhoods are telling us we’re approving too much housing too fast.

And it’s all my fault.”   ~ Mayor Richard Stewart

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