North Van Urban Forum in the news:

“The forum, by the way, is a really cool little gang of people with a genuine interest in North Vancouver’s public spaces. It started out focused on what to do with the old National Maritime Centre site, but has taken up more and more issues. They hold most of their events down at the Café for Contemporary Art on Esplanade, where the owner, Tyler Russell, invites people to write and draw their ideas on his walls. It’s a pretty creative form of public consultation, which probably explains why the city hasn’t quite figured out how to participate yet. I do see councillors and council hopefuls down there though.”

Read more: NVUF in the North Shore News