Assembly Resources

On this page you will find background information and resources for the Citizens’ Assembly. We will be posting information and resources throughout the process. You can click on each file for a short description of its contents.

You will be able to find:

  1. Important Documents for the Citizens’ Assembly;
  2. Submissions from the Community;
  3. Background Learning Materials for the Citizens’ Assembly;
  4. Learning Program Materials for the Citizens’ Assembly.

You can also find more information and resources about community planning in Grandview-Woodland on the City of Vancouver website.

Learning materials prepared for, and presented to, Assembly members will be posted here as they become available.

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Andrew Pask, City of Vancouver (2 of 2)
1 files    314 downloads
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Scott Clark, Aboriginal Life in Vancouver Enhancement Society (ALIVE)
1 files    262 downloads
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Marissa Lawrence, Reconciliation Canada
1 files    224 downloads
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Patrick Condon, Chair of Urban Design and Professor of Landscape Architecture at University of British Columbia
1 files    191 downloads
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Lon LaClaire, Manager, Strategic Transportation Planning, City of Vancouver
1 files    185 downloads
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Gordon Price, Chair of City Program at Simon Fraser University
1 files    211 downloads
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Andrew Pask, City of Vancouver; Sub-Area Workshop: Cedar Cove & Britannia-Woodland (Part 2 of 2)
1 files    212 downloads
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Andrew Pask, City of Vancouver; Sub-Area Workshop: Cedar Cove & Britannia-Woodland (Part 1 of 2)
1 files    196 downloads
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Alice Sundberg, Consultant for affordable housing in BC (Part 2 of 2)
1 files    226 downloads
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Alice Sundberg, Consultant for affordable housing in BC (Part 1 of 2)
1 files    192 downloads
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Dr. Penny Gurstein, UBC School of Community and Regional Planning, and Housing Justice Project
1 files    241 downloads
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Andrew Pask, City of Vancouver (Part 2 of 2)
1 files    470 downloads
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Andrew Pask, City of Vancouver (Part 1 of 2)
1 files    483 downloads
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Michael Kluckner, historian, artist, writer and heritage advocate
1 files    479 downloads
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Paul Cheng, Urban designer City of Vancouver (2 of 2)
1 files    417 downloads
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Paul Cheng, Urban designer City of Vancouver (1 of 2)
1 files    468 downloads
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Stu Lyon, Principal GBL Architects
1 files    451 downloads
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Patricia Barnes, North Hastings Business Improvement Association
1 files    491 downloads
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Matt Hern, Activist and Educator (Part 2 of 2)
1 files    502 downloads
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Matt Hern, Activist and Educator (Part 1 of 2)
1 files    443 downloads
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Andrew Pask, City of Vancouver, City Brief – “What we heard”: Transportation, Jobs and Business
1 files    453 downloads
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Lisa Leblanc, Transportation specialist and Senior Engineer, City of Vancouver (Part 2 of 2)
1 files    482 downloads
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Lisa Leblanc, Transportation specialist and Senior Engineer, City of Vancouver (Part 1 of 2)
1 files    513 downloads
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Nick Pogor, Commercial Drive Business Society (Part 1 of 2)
1 files    435 downloads
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Nick Pogor, Commercial Drive Business Society (Part 1 of 2)
1 files    519 downloads
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City Brief: “What we heard”: Housing, Andrew Pask, City of Vancouver (2 of 2)
1 files    284 downloads
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City Brief: “What we heard”: Housing, Andrew Pask, City of Vancouver (1 of 2)
1 files    265 downloads
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Nick Sully, Shape Architecture
1 files    260 downloads
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James Evans, local developer
1 files    276 downloads
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Thom Armstrong, Co-op Housing Federation of BC (2 of 2)
0 files    224 downloads
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Thom Armstrong, Co-op Housing Federation of BC (1 of 2)
1 files    274 downloads
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James Roy, BC Non Profit Housing Association, Senior Policy Analyst
1 files    271 downloads
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Abi Bond, Director of Housing, City of Vancouver
1 files    240 downloads
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Orientation Talk: Regional Context and land-use, Jane Pickering, Deputy Director of Planning, City of Vancouver (2 of 2)
1 files    264 downloads
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Orientation Talk: Regional Context and land-use, Jane Pickering, Deputy Director of Planning, City of Vancouver (1 of 2)
1 files    252 downloads
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Orientation Talk: Planning for the Future, Meg Holden, SFU (2 of 2)
1 files    214 downloads
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Orientation Talk: Planning for the Future, Meg Holden, SFU (1 of 2)
1 files    267 downloads
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City Brief: Introduction to Community Planning in Grandview-Woodland Andrew Pask, City of Vancouver (4 of 4)
1 files    186 downloads
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City Brief: Introduction to Community Planning in Grandview-Woodland Andrew Pask, City of Vancouver (3 of 4)
1 files    174 downloads
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City Brief: Introduction to Community Planning in Grandview-Woodland Andrew Pask, City of Vancouver (2 of 4)
1 files    189 downloads
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City Brief: Introduction to Community Planning in Grandview-Woodland Andrew Pask, City of Vancouver (1 of 4)
0 files    217 downloads
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Orientation Talk: Liveable Neighbourhoods, Bruce Haden, Dialog
1 files    232 downloads
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Orientation Talk: Liveable Neighbourhoods, Bruce Haden, Dialog
1 files    213 downloads
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Andrea Reimer, Vancouver City Councillor, on behalf of Vancouver City Council
1 files    168 downloads
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Andy Yan, “21 Suburbs in Search of a City”, April 2014
1 files    269 downloads
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Grand View, John Ngyuen
1 files    287 downloads
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Choosing the Happy City, Charles Montgomery
1 files    290 downloads
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Spaces of Exclusion and Contestation, Matt Hern
1 files    230 downloads
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Changing mindsets about Urban Planning and Living, Jan Gehl
1 files    212 downloads
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History of the Grandview-Woodland Neighbourhood, City of Vancouver
1 files    289 downloads
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How public spaces make cities work, Amanda Burden
1 files    183 downloads
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The Grandview-Woodland Citizens’ Assembly put local residents at the centre of the community planning process. Forty-eight randomly selected local residents and business owners met eleven times over nine months to learn, listen and put forward their recommendations concerning the future of the Grandview-Woodland neighbourhood. Download their final report here.