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STV for BC – Let the Debate Begin

It’s almost time to vote again! YAY! Even more exciting, it’s two votes in one! We’ve got an referendum question on the ballot this year – the single transferable vote (STV). It was also on the ballot in 2004, but we’re giving it another shot after a narrow loss.

This Wednesday night seems to be THE night for electoral shin digs in Van. Starting with the launch of BC Vote, a new non partisan source of news for the upcoming election. Then moving on to the STV Debate – will be a great debate between Antony Hodgson and Bill Tielelman.

I’ll be hitting both events with Get Your Vote On stickers and voter registration forms on hand. Transit between events is super easy.

BC Vote Launch Party

Date: Wednesday, April 1st, 2009
Time: 5:30 pm
Place: Redwerks Rooftop, 321 Railway Street in Gastown

“The goal of BC Vote ( is to provide timely information about the current state of political affairs in the province of British Columbia. Admittedly, news outlets and information sources often tend to have a bias towards a specific political party. With BC Vote, we attempt to provide a pluralistic, non-partisan, and non-biased (as much as possible) panoramic view of the political landscape of the province of British Columbia as we near the 39th Provincial General Eelection (May 12th. 2009).”

Register for the event here!

STV Debate


Want to know more about STV? Join me at the STV Debate on Wednesday night, sponsored by COPE.

“Is STV right for BC? A debate on STV and electoral reform in our province – THIS WEDNESDAY!

When: Wednesday, April 1st at 7pm

Where: Creative Individual Studio — #110 60 East 5th Ave

Cash bar and DJ after debate FREE — sponsored by COPE

With Bill Tielelman from the “No” committee and Antony Hodgson from the “Yes” Committee


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Climate Cafes: Green Sex Cafe

Green what? I’ve written about Green Sex before, but this is different – now you can be part of the conversation about what it means to have green sex.

The Climate Cafes have invited two of Vancouver’s greatest sexperts, Carolyn Stewart (Associate Director of Health Promotion at SFU) and Jessica Peart (Co-Manager of Executive Services of Options for Sexual Health) to

discuss sex in a variety of ways; from the academic to the erotic. Whether it’s global sexual health, environmentally friendly lubes and toys, or sexy green tips to try with your partner, this Climate Café will make you think, smile, and maybe even blush.”

Join the Climate Cafés team for a can’t miss informative and sexy romp!

Where: Pane Vero Café & Bakery – 952 Commercial Drive

When: Wednesday, March 18 from 6-7:30pm

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