Blog AllClimateDecentralizationDemocratic ReformHousing & DevelopmentTaxesTransportationUncategorizedCampaign CorrespondenceUncategorizedBelow are the emails I sent to my list of subscribers during the 2022 election campaign. Sep 21, 2022: The…Read Full Story...Property TaxesHousing & Development, TaxesMy wife and I moved from the City of North Van to the District in 2013 when we bought a…Read Full Story...Climate Action vs. EquityClimate, TransportationA frequent question to candidates for all levels of government office is, “What is your plan for dealing with climate…Read Full Story...Voter Apathy – What To Do About It?Decentralization, Democratic ReformVoter turnout in District of North Vancouver elections has ranged between 17% and 36% since 1996. I don’t know if…Read Full Story...Compensation for the Downsides of DevelopmentDecentralization, Housing & DevelopmentThere are many benefits that come with development: new shops, restaurants, and commercial services, more housing options, increased vibrancy, and…Read Full Story...How We Can Deal with TrafficTransportationNorth Vancouver has become infamous for our horrendous afternoon traffic. I see 4 major causes: 1) Natural geography As we…Read Full Story...Public or Private? Can’t Be Both.Decentralization, TransportationWhen it comes to local amenities like parks, we’re used to having them be public. This means both that they…Read Full Story...Political Decentralization in CanadaDecentralizationOriginally published Dec 26, 2021 on the BC Libertarian blog The fiscal approach currently taken by the federal and provincial…Read Full Story...Development: Who Decides?Housing & DevelopmentWhile I enjoy the increased vibrancy that has come with population growth and densification in North Vancouver in recent years,…Read Full Story...Load MoreEnd of Content. Check out more of my posts on the BC Libertarian Blog.