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May 24, 2016 at 1:43 PM

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VPSN celebrates 10 years! Project Profile #5: Manifesto

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This month, the VPSN is celebrating its 10th birthday! For a decade, our network of volunteers have been championing the importance of public space with advocacy, education and outreach, to make Vancouver a better city to live in. Celebrate with us on May 28th in one of our favourite public spaces, Robson Square, where we’ll be showcasing a sampling of 10 projects that we’ve done over the last 10 years.

Manifesto

Topic: Advocacy
When: 2008, 2011, 2014

What? Public space is not just parks and streets, it’s about the entirety of civic and public life, including the city hall activities, policy and politics that affect us all. The VPSN creates a document to coincide with every civic election to share ideas and recommendations for how public space could be improved in the city.

Did you know? You can share your own thoughts and ideas about city issues with City Council by emailing: mayorandcouncil@vancouver.ca.VPSN Manifesto, 2014

VPSN Manifesto, 2014

VPSN Manifesto - 2008

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