The First 100 Days

Dear ABC Supporters;

ABC Vancouver, alongside our elected officials, are working to make changes and bring much-needed improvements to our city.

We are proud of the accomplishments ABC has made in just a few months in office. Our Mayor, Ken Sim, and 17 elected ABC officials, have quickly adapted to their roles and responsibilities, but we know there is still significant work to do. In this communication, we proudly outline the accomplishments of ABC’s first 100 days in office.

City Council

  • Uplifting Chinatown motion

  • Adding vibrancy to the Granville Entertainment District

  • Accessibility Audit

  • Funding for 100 new police officers and 100 mental health nurses

  • Stopping the road tax

  • Fixed rate CACs for low and midrise buildings

  • Body-worn cameras for police officers

  • Harmonising childcare

  • Removing the cup fee

  • Adopting IHRA definition of antisemitism

Park Board and School Board

  • Reimagined school liaison officer program

  • Removing the Stanley Park temporary bike lanes

  • Alcohol in the parks

  • More events in parks

We’ve built incredibly strong relationships with senior levels of government:

  • Generous in spirit

  • Announcements about public safety and new social housing

We’re excited about what we will accomplish moving forward!

Thank you for your support.

Please feel free to ask questions or communicate your thoughts at any time:


Marie Rogers
Chair, ABC Vancouver

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