A Vancouver you can afford.
Only COPE will build housing everyone can afford, unlike other parties largely funded by donations from big property developers. Only COPE will give Vancouver a raise by increasing the minimum wage to $15 and working to implement a Living Wage. COPE is committed to a just and sustainable city and will work to achieve this by providing options to meet basic needs that reduce emissions and support environmental well-being. COPE is a strong and vocal opponent of development and resource exploitation that endangers the health and well-being of our planet and future generations.
SID CHOW TAN
On May 2nd, 2015, join us a Grandview Park (Charles and Commercial) starting at 1:00 pm. until 4:00 pm. for the Social Justice Info Festival.
Friday May 1st, 2015 starting at 5:00 pm. Meet us at Clark Park, 1500 East 14th Avenue (14th and Commercial). We will march to Grandview Park for a Rally. This year’s theme is the “Fight for $15″, one of COPE’s key election platform planks.
Whom does our government really serve, the People, or the interests of internationally owned Oil Corporations?
A response to the release of the B.C. Skills for Jobs plan and the increased emphasis on LNG in our provincial educational system I am seriously concerned with the direction our Provincial and Federal Governments have taken in regards to the ongoing increase of international corporations interfering in our governments, in our educational priorities,[…]
Mark your calendars and be sure to attend this important event! The Coalition of Progressive Electors wholeheartedly endorses the fight back against the austerity agenda here in Vancouver and around the world. See below for information. Tuesday April 28th from 6-8 pm. Vancouver Public Library – Central Location (350 West Georgia Street) TERRITORIAL WELCOME by[…]
COPE promised to begin implementing the $15.00 minimum wage when elected. What does the academic literature tell us? The Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives offers a review by economist David A Green of who and what would be affected by this increase. Share widely! Green, a professor and former chair of the Vancouver School of Economics[…]