Kits Point News

August 6, 2022

Senakw project: The unique Squamish Nation and City of Vancouver partnership outlined in agreement

"The landmark services agreement between the Squamish First Nation and the City of Vancouver for accommodating the needs of the...
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Vancouver’s mayor and city staff are “promoting a false narrative suggesting the nature of the (Senakw) development is beyond their influence and control,” says Eve Munro, a director of the Kitsilano Point Residents Assoc. She stands with Jeremy Braude, centre, and fellow director Scott Dunlop on the site’s would-be access road on Vanier Park property. PHOTO BY FRANCIS GEORGIAN /PNG
July 28, 2022

Why is Vancouver so secretive about this First Nations’ highrise project?

Opinion: With bulldozers moving in and roadways being prepared on park grass, Kitsilano residents near the Senakw project say the...
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May 25, 2022

Notice to Kits Point Residents

Squamish Nation Westbank Corp Sen̓áḵw Development Kits Point Residents Association May 23, 2022 Introduction The KPRA Executive Team are 8...
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May 5, 2022

A Voice for Every Neighborhood: A Call to Action

Message from Upper Kitsilano Residents Association Dear UKRA members:As we told you in our previous email, a large group of...
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April 3, 2022

Senakw 2021 Fall Update

We’ve been working hard to complete all the necessary steps to commence construction later this year. We’ve nearly finalized all...
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August 27, 2021

How Do We Talk About Senakw?

But there are lessons that would be helpful to discuss as we enter this new era of billion-dollar indigenous real-estate...
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August 22, 2021

A road through Vanier Park? Kits Point resident says people signing up to protest proposal

An illustration for the Senakw development, located beside the Burrard Bridge, includes what appears to be a road through an...
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April 10, 2021

Peter Ladner: It’s high time to welcome cyclists in Kits Park

An Op-Ed by Peter Ladner in the Vancouver Sun, the response by KPRA that was not published, and a response by Gordon Price in Price Tags
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March 27, 2021

New renderings of Senakw’s transit hubs, bike parkades, and retail

"By the end of this year, site preparation for construction could begin on the Senakw development, squeezed into the area...
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February 4, 2021

City of Vancouver seeking public input on the future of 80 acres in False Creek South

The municipal government announced today it is launching public consultation on 80 acres of city-owned lands in False Creek South...
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