Da Vinci's City Hall
Dominic Da Vinci has been elected Mayor of the City of Vancouver in a convincing win, and he begins his political life in the city where he's been a crusading and outspoken coroner for the last fifteen years.
Zero to Sixty Pretty Quick
In his first week as mayor, Da Vinci must deal with an apparent gay-bashing death; squatters in an abandoned department store; and a local tycoon upset over losing a city contract.
Cat in a Tree, Lunatic in the Street
A war of words heats up between Da Vinci and Police Chief Jacobs over a police shooting at a halfway house.
Isn't Very Pretty But You Can Smoke It
Da Vinci gives the go-ahead to establish the Red Light zone despite the opposition of Chief Jacobs and community groups.
One Man, Two Jobs
Things are finally going Da Vinci's way: the newly established Red Light zone is operating smoothly.
Put Down the Hose, Pick Up a Gun
Da Vinci and Chief Jacobs negotiate a tenuous compromise on the level of police cooperation with the Crab Park squat, the Red Light zone, and the Fire Department.
You Have to Bleed a Little
Da Vinci must defuse an impending war between the city's most powerful unions when the Police suggest that a Fire Department inspection notice tipped off a grow operator.
Ready to Call in the Horses
Da Vinci schemes to placate Chief Jacobs with an offer of more police officers, paid for by slot machine revenues.
Gonna Cause a Ruckus
Da Vinci is confronted with the prospect of an all-out union war when a police investigation determines that Fire and Rescue may have contributed to an officer's death.
Gotta Press the Flesh
A crisis looms at City Hall when the police and fire unions unite against cross training, and investigators search the Mayor's offices for evidence.
When the Horsemen Come Looking
A murder at the red light zone prompts calls for its closure and a lawsuit against the city.
A Few Good Bites Before They Slap Me Down
When the grow-op shooting inquiry returns an inconclusive verdict, the firemen wage a protest. Da Vinci himself is investigated by the Solicitor General.
Bumped from The Ball
A crisis looms at City Hall when the police and fire unions unite against cross training, and investigators search the Mayor's offices for evidence that Da Vinci over-stepped his authority in his dealings with Chief Jacobs.
The Dogs in Sympathy with The Cats
Da Vinci scrambles to prevent a war between the police and fire unions when rumours emerge of a cover-up in the grow-op shooting case.
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