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How will Metro Vancouverites “Vote Local” this Federal Election?

On September 16th we will be releasing the results of this year’s survey of voters and businesses in Metro Vancouver. We’ll share our insights on the issues most likely to influence local votes in this federal election.

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Survey Says: What’s the ‘ballot box question’ for Metro Vancouver voters on Oct 20?

Leading up to the vote on October 20th, FleishmanHillard HighRoad and Mustel Group fielded a follow-up survey among municipal politicians, new candidates and community leaders.

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Tales from the campaign trail: Survey of 120+ Metro Van candidates shows hope for voter turnout

As part of VoteLocal’s most recent survey of Metro Vancouver civic election candidates, we asked if local residents have been engaged and interested in talking about the election, and what that might tell us about potential voter turnout.

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Tracking the top issues in Metro Vancouver’s civic elections

Reflecting on our original survey results, have the top issues we identified in our survey turned out to be the topics most talked about on the campaign trail in this final week of the campaign?

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VoteLocal: A conversation about housing with SFU's Andy Yan

VoteLocal spoke with Andy Yan, director of The City Program at Simon Fraser University to get his thoughts on housing policy challenges and solutions over the next four-year term.

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VoteLocal: A conversation with TransLink CEO Kevin Desmond

VoteLocal sat down with Kevin Desmond, CEO of TransLink, to talk about findings related to transportation in our recent survey, and tell us his advice for candidates looking to make a difference on transportation.

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No Excuses! The VoteLocal Guide to Advanced Voting

The dates for advanced voting vary across Metro Vancouver. We've outlined the details for your convenience, so no excuses!

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VoteLocal: A conversation with outgoing Metro Vancouver Chair, Greg Moore

Greg Moore, Mayor of Port Coquitlam and Chair of Metro Vancouver, discusses his views on the VoteLocal Survey, some of the big issues in this election including housing, and his thoughts on topics ranging from social media to the future of regional coordination.

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Greater Vancouver Board of Trade 2018 Elections Dashboard

An online resource for updates, guest blogs, and analysis of key issues on the 2018 municipal election in Metro Vancouver.

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Survey Results: Regional Breakdown

We’ve broken down our survey findings by region so you can see what is most important in your community.

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