Whatever happens to the NPA in the upcoming election, Michael Geller deserves a vote.  He’s gets planning and urban design.  When he goes places, he looks around and notices what he sees, if you know what I mean.

And he’s got a big enough ego to share what’s he learned. (Justifiably, I’d say.)

So here’s a chance to judge for yourself.

Michael Geller goes to St. James on Monday November 10 at 7:30 pm – St. James Community Square, 3214 West 10th Avenue at Trutch. It’s free, and they’re serving refreshments with the discussion.


Last year, while on sabbatical from Simon Fraser University, I toured 31 countries on four continents seeking innovative ideas and creative solutions. I

I saw forms of housing that are not being built in our city that should be built; new types of public transit that could help us get around; delightful urban squares and provocative public art ….

Many of the interesting things that I found were recorded in a personal blog.

I have therefore prepared a new presentation that will highlight 12 specific ideas that I think could help us…

‘For more information contact Michael Geller michaelgeller@shaw.ca 778 997 9980 or Margot Paris paris4geller@gmail.com 604 889 3252