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Vancouver will launch a new citywide planning process to map out the city's vision for housing.
According to an article by Jen St. Denis, the city hasn't had a new city plan since 1928, when Harland Bartholomew completed "A Plan for the City of Vancouver, British Columbia, including a General Plan of the Region."
St. Denis also notes pro-development and tenants rights organizations mobilizing to influence the process.