The Downtown Vancouver BIA is regularly featured in the news, advocating on behalf of our member businesses and showcasing initiatives that help bring our forward-thinking vision for downtown Vancouver to life.

Here’s where we featured in the month of May 2018.

Newswire – The DVBIA officially supports supervised consumption sites in the Downtown core

Vancouver Sun – Downtown Vancouver newspaper boxes flipping to ‘Little Free Libraries’

The Peak – SFU students collaborate on a miniature library project

Vancouver Sun –  DVBIA supports CCTV on Granville

The Georgia Straight– DVBIA’s transformed Alley Oop holds a free pop-up party

CBC – The DVBIA supports patios bars on Granville Street

Linda Steele – Charles Gauthier speaks about the patios coming to Granville

City of Vancouver – Improvements to safety on Granville

Globe and Mail – DVBIA’s CEO, speaks about the use of CCTV and its contribution to safety

CBC – DVBIA’s CEO, Charles Gauthier states that a larger patio culture will put more eyes on Granville and increase safety

Daily Hive – The DVBIA’s free pop-up libraries

Vancouver Sun – From free newspapers to Little Free Libraries

Richmond News – Charles Gauthier speaks about the DVBIA’s little libraries

Global BC – DVBIA teams together with SFU for the launch of the ‘Little Free Libraries’

The Star – Charles Gauthier speaks about the issues facing Granville and the use of CCTV

News 1130 – The DVBIA announces official support of supervised consumption sites in the downtown core

BIV – Charles Gauthier speaks about Vancouver’s cruise ship industry

Global BC – The DVBIA’s CEO speaks about the city’s ban on single-use items

News1130 – Charles Gauthier comments on public washrooms in the city


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