…of challenge…

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…”Metro Vancouver spring forecast is for warmer, drier than usual weather”…”Many Vancouver kindergarten parents scrambling for school space”…”Chinatown residents ask city for development permit moratorium”…

All in a day’s metro Vancouver headlines “where the average price of a home has cracked seven figures and has reached $ 1,026,000. CDN!!!

Apparently Vancouver’s February temperatures averaged 3.5 degrees Celsius higher than normal, and that trend is expected to continue again in April and May after a return to more seasonal temperatures for this month of March. Below normal precipitation and winter snow pack raises fire hazard concerns for the summer season…

Cheers to “while BC basks in the glow of spring, the rest of Canada may be stuck in a frigid embrace for a while longer.” (So sorry…) 🙂

It seems many “specialty programs & neighbourhood schools have more students than spots.”…another challenge for the already well challenged Vancouver School Board….

Concerns for the changing face of Chinatown & new developments that threaten stable affordable housing for all and especially seniors, came to the forefront at City Hall yesterday. Sadly, for those concerned, seemingly their pleas fell on deaf ears as the Mayor indicated the city would carry on with new development plans…


…whatever’s on your roster for a 1st rate 1st Wednesday of March
…as the sun rises on all you need to do…
…may you rise to the challenges for a fine day!!



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