Login/Register

Downtown Eastside Residents' Association

How should the Dntn Eastside Res. voter community divide funding among these blogs/websites?

[Most communities give your votes more weight if you log in and/or are a community member.]


# Share Your Votes Blog/Website  Recent Posts                 
1
Name of Former Carnegie Center Carver Surfaces in Discussion of Racial Profiling in U.S.: John Williams, a native carver who used to sit on the third floor of Carnegie Centre and carve, about 20 years ago, has been drawn into the highly political case of the shooting of black teenager, Trayvon Martin.  The shooting of the unarmed Martin by a hispanic Neighborhood Watch captain in Flor...
Vancouver Police Ignore Assault on Christian at Christmas: Matthew Lee, and a group of Christians paid $75 for a permit to preach at Cambie & Hastings in downtown Vancouver at Christmas time.  A passerby who disapproved of their preaching shoved Mathew down onto the sidewalk, knocking out two of his front teeth. Matthew and the witnesses had a detai...
City of Vancouver & Capilano University Strip Hundreds of Poor People of Right to Vote: With the City election being tomorrow, the City of Vancouver has sent out voting cards to Downtown Eastside residents, informing them that their voting station is Carnegie Centre.  Trouble is, a large percentage of neighbourhood residents are banned from entering Carnegie Centre.  These bans have...

Vote % shares for as many blogs as you like. Nonvotes are equivalent to 0%. Your votes need not sum to 100%. You can vote any time; about once a week is good. Shares updated nightly.     [FAQ on voting]

Past funding shares: see horserace or click on a share% above.

If you don't want other users of your computer to see your votes, please exit browser when finished voting.

Nonprofit Vancouver B.C. Canada Vancouver

   

This Votermedia ballot is not currently funded. It is displayed as a demo for if and when there is funding. Without funding there may be few votes, which makes the rankings less meaningful.

We welcome comments, corrections, questions, suggested blogs to add etc -- please email admin[at]votermedia.org.