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Vancouver's source for Urbanism, Insight, and Evolution. Hosted by Gordon Price, former Vancouver City Councillor and Director of the SFU City Program lecture series. Featuring interviews with leading players and emerging voices on issues of urban planning, architecture, housing, transportation, politics, culture, and public spaces.


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Latest Episodes

Join Viewpoint Vancouver for a quickie! Introducing our new Election feature: Three Quick Questions, where, in under ten minutes, Gordon puts civic candidates on the spot with three unusual questions designed to reveal who they are and what really ma... more

8 days ago

The City of North Van is no bedroom community. With sexy projects like the Shipyards, the Polygon Art Gallery, and new Lonsdale patios and covered seating, North Van is quickly becoming a destination city. In fact, the City has the lowest percentage ... more

21 days ago

Big news for the Region! Translink has just unveiled Transport 2050: its blueprint for the next 30 years of regional mobility. Gordon talks to Translink Manager of Policy Development Eve Hou about the evolution of this important document, and what Tr... more

3 months ago


4.8 out of 5 stars from 24 ratings
  • Why aren’t you listening to this yet?

    Following municipal politics in the lower mainland is exhausting. I am tremendously thankful for the service podcasts like this and others provide. Expect the wisdom and insights accrued over decades distilled into, more often than not, fantastic interviews.

    Apple Podcasts
    Josh Kepkay, North Van Realtor
    Canada2 years ago
  • Vancouver Urbanism 101

    Totally biased review, as I produce the podcast, and have hosted a few episodes. That said, the episodes hosted by Gord - his guests, interview style and the content generated by those conversations - have been like a mini-graduate degree in urban studies for me. I give 3-4X as much time listening to the content in editing as I do during the recording, and am continually amazed by how much value I get out of the episodes. Informative, compelling (often funny), and both timely and timeless.

    Apple Podcasts
    A-wooh man
    Canada3 years ago
  • An Urbanist's Must-Listen

    What makes Vancouver a unique urban place? This podcast takes you into the areas that matter.

    Apple Podcasts
    Neophyte Urbanist
    Canada3 years ago
  • Great podcast - plus a bit of feedback

    This podcast is a great addition to the commentary about politics and urbanism in Vancouver. Just a bit of feedback for future episodes - the volume is often quite low, which can make the podcast difficult to hear especially outside or in crowded places. Also, the most recent episode (grading Council) cut off partway through - too bad because I was enjoying it! Hopefully the full version can be re-posted?

    Apple Podcasts
    United States3 years ago
  • Long overdue

    Here’s intelligent, thoughtful, engaging conversations on critical Vancouver and regional issues. A great start.

    Apple Podcasts
    United States3 years ago

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