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Mayor of one of the greenest cities in the world has advice for Vancouver
Greensburg, Kansas was totally rebuilt after a devastating tornado
Bruce Allen at CKNW is going to flip out.
City eyes eliminating another Burrard Bridge car lane
Stop Telling Me to Move to the Suburbs
A Vancouver millennial takes on Boomer condescension over housing cost complaints.
So what is going on here with this right-winger that makes him want to quit?
Vancouver school board chair Christopher Richardson resigns
PHOTOS: Cherry blossoms finally bloom across Metro Vancouver
Is it my imagination or is Andrea Reimer running for mayor of Vancouver?
Vision Vancouver stares directly into the future and leads the way once again
Vancouver's possible ban of coffee cups, foam containers unreasonable, industry says
City staff looking at ways to reduce single-use waste in order to meet city's 2040 Zero-Waste goal
Consumers should be better informed on how to recycle their containers after use, he proposed, and there should be more recycle-receptacles available across the city — like the ones the city started piloting in the West End last summer.
Street receptacles here in Toronto accept recyclables, like single-use coffee cups, but I still see them tossed about everywhere. I suppose one answer would be to ban them, and require anyone who wants a cup of coffee on the go to bring their own clay mug, but it would seem a bit insulting if we all had to do that because a few asshats need to lob their empty cup into a parking lot.
Proposal: a $10,000 fine for littering, even a first offense, no exceptions. Is the environment important enough?