Gordon Price is a Canadian urban planner and a former politician, who was an NPA member of Vancouver City Council, serving six terms from 1986 to 2002. He was the first openly gay member of Vancouver City Council. Since retiring from politics, Price writes, teaches and consults on urban development and planning issues.
Price first became prominent when he organized a campaign involving citizen street patrols against street prostitution in his West End Vancouver neighbourhood. As a politician, he also served on the board of the Greater Vancouver Regional District (Metro Vancouver) and the board of TransLink.
After retiring from politics, Price became a writer and public lecturer on urban renewal and transportation planning issues. He writes a column for the magazine Business in Vancouver. He is currently director of the CITY Program, a continuing education program in urban planning and sustainable community development at Simon Fraser University. In 2009, he was appointed by Gregor Robertson, the Mayor of Vancouver, to the city's "Greenest City Action Team".
- "Mr. Price's neighbourhoods: City Councillor Gordon Price has been a driving force behind several Vancouver development success stories". Vancouver Sun, September 14, 2002.
- "New queer candidate seeks NPA nomination", Xtra! West, September 7, 2008.
- Gordon Price (2007). "About". Price Tags. Wordpress. Retrieved 23 January 2012.
- Simon Fraser University School of Continuing Studies
- Canadian Association of Planning Students (2012). "CAPS 2012 National Conference" (PDF). Planning Horizons Conference Schedule. CAPS-ASCEAU. Retrieved 29 January 2012.
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