Wet'suwet'en solidarity protests shutdown Vancouver, the Throne Speech hints at goodies for Metro Vancouver and we check in how Vancouver, Burnaby and Surrey councils. Plus an interview on recent court rulings on ride hailing and the New Westminster renoviction bylaw.
Wet'suwet'en solidarity protests shutdown Vancouver and Mayor Kennedy Stewart weighs in. The Throne Speech hints at goodies for Metro Vancouver. Vancouver council continues to want to have its cake and eat it too.
Micah Goldberg joins us to break down two recent court rulings on ride hailing, as well as a challenge to New Westminster's renoviction bylaw.
And in our roundup, Richmond wants to ban birthright citizenship, Burnaby's long-ruling municipal party implodes and a Surrey councillor faces discipline for claiming to be a physician during her campaign.
Vancouver is also looking for more input on the forthcoming City Plan. Take the survey.
And in our Vancouveratta we reflect on the 10 year legacy of the Olympics, how Stephen Colbert was almost mayor for a day and some of the highlights of the Olympics.