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Maintain Affordability for Housing Co-ops in Vancouver

RePlan – in collaboration with Ignatius But, a planning student from UBC – has produced a short video to highlight what lease renewal for housing co-ops will mean for families and local businesses.

When the land leases for co-ops on City-owned […]

3rd Annual Summer BBQ in Charleson Park Sept. 10, 2016 – 12:00-5:00 PM

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Join your neighbours for an afternoon of games and delicious food. It is also the 40th Anniversary of our Neighbourhood and the Neighbourhood Association, which we hope to celebrate with you.

Where: NW Charleson […]

*RePlan Wins Unanimous Support from Vancouver City Council

False Creek South (FCS) residents achieved a notable success on July 13th.  At *RePlan’s first public meeting with Vancouver City Council, Councillors voted unanimously on a five-point motion proposed by Councillor Reimer, which we believe will lay the foundation for […]

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Our False Creek South Community was Named Best Neighbourhood by the Vancouver Magazine

False Creek South, was named Vancouver’s best place to live by the The Vancouver Magazine in its first-ever quantitative ranking of all 39 neighbourhoods.
As the authors point out: Living in False Creek South is more desirable and attractive than it has ever been given the lack of affordable housing and family-suited units in Vancouver.

Read the full article on their website:
http://vanmag.com/best-of-the-city/vancouvers-best-and-worst-places-to-live/

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