Opinion: Vancouverites should vote for politicians who take crime seriously
Daily Hive, Adam Zivo, October 12, 2022
“Just because you feel safe, it doesn’t mean that other people feel safe. There’s also been a lot of downplaying of people’s concerns. A lot of gaslighting has happened to both people’s concerns and their neighbourhoods and how people are feeling,” said Meiszner.
Violent weekend in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside prompts concerns about crime as local elections approach
The Globe and Mail, Salmaan Farooqui, October 9, 2022
“The situation in Vancouver right now is really at a crisis point,” said Mr. Meiszner, who is running alongside ABC’s mayoral candidate Ken Sim.
Opinion: Vancouver’s oldest political party is poised for a major collapse
Vancouver is Awesome, Mo Amir, June 13, 2022
Three of the former sitting NPA city councillors — Rebecca Bligh, Lisa Dominato, and Sarah Kirby-Yung – are running for re-election with A Better City (ABC) Vancouver whose mayoral candidate is the aforementioned former-NPA mayoral candidate, Ken Sim. ABC is further bolstered by the addition of media-savvy city council candidates — Peter Meiszner and Brian Montague.
Interview: Uncut Grass in Vancouver: Who mows the lawn around here?
CKNW Mike Smyth Show, June 9, 2022
Interview on the Mike Smyth Show on CKNW to discuss concerns over the city's "roadside meadows" pilot program and the poor communication to residents.
Eyesore or urban oasis? Vancouver's 'roadside meadows' mow up controversy
Vancouver Sun, Sarah Grochowski, June 13, 2022
While Meiszner supports the city’s concept of urban meadows, he said, “having it on medians doesn’t make a lot of sense. It’s a narrow strip of grass and the one in Yaletown doesn’t have wildflowers but a bunch of weeds.”
Peter Meiszner to run for Vancouver City Council under 'A Better City' party
Daily Hive, Kenneth Chan, May 2, 2022
The new A Better City (ABC) Vancouver party, led by mayoral candidate Ken Sim, has added Peter Meiszner to its list of nominated candidates to fill seats in Vancouver City Council in the upcoming civic election.
Interview: Discussing the disturbing rise in crime in Vancouver
CKNW, The Mike Smyth Show, March 7, 2022
I spoke with CKNW host Mike Smyth about the Mayor's inaction on violence, disorder and crime in Vancouver and what needs to change.
Vancouver business owner says city not taking crime seriously
Global BC, Paul Johnson & Simon Little, March 3, 2022
I commented my experience as a longtime downtown Vancouver resident and increasing public disorder and crime in my neighbourhood.