Creating space for transformative conversations


The Transit Referendum: the vote, the campaign, the consequences, July 16

July 16, 2015

This SFU City Conversation will take a closer look at the results of the transit referendum. Pollster Mario Canseco, Vice President of Insights West, will analyze the results. Who voted, where were the yeses and noes, and why did people vote as they did? Bob Ransford, Senior Consultant at Counterpoint Communications and head of the Yes campaign, will review the campaign. We’ve invited a third analyst to discuss the consequences for regional transit, planning and politics.

Then it’s your turn to question, observe, and offer your perspective and opinion. Please feel free to bring your lunch.

This SFU City Conversation, co-sponsored by Re-Imagine Downtown Vancouver, takes place at our annual outdoor location, in the park at the north end of Hornby St. at W. Hastings St., four blocks west of SFU Harbour Centre. (you may know it as the location of Mink Chocolates.) It’s a perfect place to enjoy the sun, eat your lunch, and participate in the conversation. Multitasking!

When: Thursday, July 16, 2015

Time: 12:30pm - 1:30pm

Location: Hornby Street and West Hastings Street

Cost: Free
For more information on this event, please visit the SFU Public Square City Conversations website.