NPA Park Board will repair broken relationships with community centre associations, double the number of Vancouver’s outdoor pools and ensure city parks and gardens are properly maintained

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NPA reveals Park Board policy

Park Board platform includes measures to permanently protect Vancouver’s parks and green spaces Vancouver BC, October 28, 2014 – A Non-Partisan Association Park Board will repair broken relationships between community centres and City Hall, mayoral candidate Kirk LaPointe and the NPA Park Board candidates say in announcing their plan to manage Vancouver’s parks, green spaces, gardens and outdoor facilities. An … Read More

Vision’s School Board candidates put ideology ahead of Vancouver students: NPA

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Vancouver BC, October 27, 2014 – Today’s announcement by Vision Vancouver’s School Board candidates reaffirms that Vision’s rigid ideology will lead to the closure of schools and reduced programs for Vancouver students. The Vancouver School Board is facing a $27-million deficit for 2015-2016, which will force it to make cuts or find additional revenue. An NPA-led School Board is committed … Read More

NPA mayoral candidate Kirk LaPointe accuses Gregor Robertson of distancing himself from corrupt deal that trades tax dollars for union financial and political support

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Gregor Robertson cash for favours deal with union

At mayoral debate, Robertson refuses to answer questions about secret union deals made by one of his Vision Councillors Vancouver BC, October 27, 2014 – Kirk LaPointe, Non-Partisan Association mayoral candidate, attacked Gregor Robertson yesterday for distancing himself from a backroom deal that trades taxpayer money for union cash and political support. But at Sunday’s mayoral debate at Christ Church … Read More

NPA School Board will keep neighbourhood schools open, increase the days of classroom instruction time and expand Mandarin learning opportunities


Kirk LaPointe and the NPA Candidates announces School Board Policy

Education platform includes measures to help vulnerable students get learning support they need Vancouver BC, October 24, 2014 – A Non-Partisan Association School Board will make sure schoolchildren spend more time in the classroom and don’t fall behind, say mayoral candidate Kirk LaPointe and the NPA School Board candidates, in announcing their plan to manage Vancouver schools better. An NPA … Read More

In first mayoral debate, Kirk LaPointe vows he’ll attend to the basic issues Vancouverites care about

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Kirk LaPointe Debate

NPA mayoral candidate says he’ll focus on things within his control to make Vancouver prosperous, well-managed and open Vancouver BC, October 22, 2014 – The Non-Partisan Association’s Kirk LaPointe told a packed audience at the first mayoral debate today that the 2014 civic election is about keeping streets clean, city parks tended and garbage picked up. “It is not about oil … Read More

NPA’s Kirk LaPointe announces platform to reduce traffic congestion in Vancouver

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Kirk LaPointe on NPA Transit solutions

Proposals will reduce time Vancouverites spend in traffic and get people to their destinations more efficiently, says NPA mayoral candidate Vancouver BC, October 21, 2014 – The NPA’s traffic plan released today will reduce congestion and make Vancouver a more liveable, efficient city. “An NPA government offers Vancouverites a plan to ease our city’s gridlock and get back to allowing … Read More

Vision’s economic plan ignores large parts of Vancouver’s economy that would make city more prosperous for all residents

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Kirk LaPointe for Mayor Economy
Gregor Robertson’s rigid ideology limits Vancouver’s ability to become a prosperous city for all, says NPA’s Kirk LaPointe Share Vancouver, BC, October 19, 2014 - Gregor Robertson’s claims of support for Vancouver’s economy ring hollow because his narrow focus ignores significant sectors, says Kirk LaPointe, NPA mayoral candidate. “Robertson is turning his back on major sectors of the economy, including ... Read More