I currently live downtown with my wife and toddler son. I think there are more people like me who are under a lot of strain to find a life for their family in Victoria but are squeezed in 1 or 2 bedroom condos but left with limited options given the lack of supply and soaring home prices. It's great to see so many towers going up in the downtown area, but almost none of the units are greater in size/rooms than what we have. It seems an impossible jump to find something greater than 2 bedrooms - since it seems 3 bedroom units/rowhouses/townhouses aren't that common perhaps there's also a problem of "missing middle".
Given the election this fall, I could see value in a YIMBY group resource that provides some indicator about which Victoria councilors are more progressive and which are not for promoting abundant housing - especially for those who just don't have time to dig into it if this is an issue that is important to them. Nevertheless, I'm sure a lot more information could be provided in a clear format like abundant housing vancouver to help bring visibility to this specific issue. There's lots of other nuanced topics such as the bizarre community zoning brought up on Sidewalking Victoria.
I can't imagine doing this by myself. Does this kind of message make sense? Is anyone interested in contributing to this? Is there value in making this effort to reach those who aren't in the VV community?