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Election Cycle: Stephen Quinn quizzes mayoral candidates on bike rides around Vancouver

It’s election season and, after nearly a decade with Gregor Robertson, Vancouver will soon have a new mayor.

The Early Edition host Stephen Quinn cycles and chats with a different mayoral candidate each week

NPA candidate Ken Sim and The Early Edition’s host Stephen Quinn ride in Grandview Woodlands, along Victoria Drive, talking politics and the upcoming election. (CBC)

It's election season and, after nearly a decade with Gregor Robertson, Vancouver will soon have a new mayor.

And a lot of people are vying for the job.

Every week until the vote on Oct. 20, The Early Edition host Stephen Quinn will saddle up for an Election Cycle with a different mayoral candidate to get to know the candidates a little better.

For the first episode, he met up with NPA candidate Ken Sim for a ride through the streets of East Vancouver and a chat about density, community and bike lanes.

Join CBC Radio The Early Edition host Stephen Quinn and NPA mayoral candidate Ken Sim on a bike ride though the streets of East Vancouver. 3:46

With files from The Early Edition

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