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We are pursuing several new priorities to deliver greater volumes and more varied housing supply across the city.
The advisory group will provide input on the public consultation process and review the outcomes, propose wording for an official apology, and recommend next steps in support of reconciliation.
To support work to reverse this trend, the City is advocating that senior levels of government act now to increase access to treatment-on-demand options.
New washroom signage at Vancouver City Hall is being updated to state, “Trans people welcome.”
The mayor says federal funding should be used for clean prescription drugs and substitution therapy, and expanded treatment-on-demand services.
VanDusen Garden receives a ‘Canada 150 Garden Experience’ designation in celebration of Canada’s 150th anniversary.
The Canada 150+ team is seeking Aboriginal apprentices as production assistants to receive exposure in event production while receiving a living wage.
The Pacific great blue herons are back for the 17th year and are now starting to claim nests in the colony located across from the tennis courts and above the parking lot at 2099 Beach Avenue in Stanley Park.
The Park Board directed staff last night to amend a park bylaw that pertains to cetaceans in city parks in order to prohibit the importation and display of live cetaceans in Vancouver parks. The Board asked staff to bring forward the amended bylaw for review no later than May 15.
We are reminding homeowners that non-principal residences must be rented out for at least six months in 2017 or they will be subject to the newly-introduced Empty Homes Tax.