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A large group of people in the Walk for Reconciliation in Vancouver.

Archived - Sep 15Mayor Robertson invites all communities to Walk for Reconciliation

Join Vancouver Mayor Gregor Robertson and thousands of people of all backgrounds in the Walk for Reconciliation on Sunday, September 24. Meet at 9:30am at the intersection of West Georgia and Cambie Streets.

Adanac Bikeway

Archived - Sep 132017 summer sees record cycling volumes on five major bike routes across Vancouver

This July and August, Vancouver saw record cycling volumes on five of the city’s 10 fully protected bike routes.

King tide in Vancouver

Archived - Sep 08Global experts to help Vancouver prepare for flood-related impacts of sea level rise

To support Vancouver's response to sea level rise and managing coastal floods, global and local experts on climate change will visit our city over the coming months to discuss climate impacts on coastal areas.

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Archived - Sep 08Nomination period for candidates now closed

Twenty-eight candidates have filed their nomination papers to run in the October 14 by-election. The nomination period closed at 4:00pm today.

City of Vancouver Book Award

Archived - Sep 07City of Vancouver announces 2017 Book Award finalists

The City of Vancouver has announced four finalists for 2017's Book Award, presented at the 29th Mayor's Arts Awards October 11, 2017.

Sketch of proposed, improved seawall near Granville Island with equal space for pedestrians and cyclists, with a flowering tree boulevard between.

Archived - Sep 06Comfort and safety improvements resume on South False Creek Seawall

Construction has resumed for the South False Creek Seawall Improvements between Burrard Bridge and Cambie Bridge. Sections will be closed after October 10, 2017. Improvements will continue until early 2018.

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Archived - Aug 31International Overdose Awareness Day marked across City of Vancouver

International Overdose Awareness Day, held on August 31, brings important public awareness to the ongoing overdose crisis Vancouver is facing.

Get ready for summer! Enjoy Vancouver's heated outdoor pools

Archived - Aug 31Second Beach and New Brighton pools to stay open an extra two weeks after record season

Second Beach and New Brighton pools to stay open an extra two weeks until September 17, 2017 after record season.

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Archived - Aug 25High traffic impacts ahead for downtown streets before summer's end

Traffic advisory of two of pieces of road work taking place over the Labour Day Weekend: the Burrard Bridge corridor, and filming sites throughout downtown Vancouver.

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Archived - Aug 24Residents invited to become Arbutus Champions as part of four-day Design Jam

You're invited to apply for one of 100 Arbutus Champion spots in the Arbutus Greenway 'Design Jam', a four-day collaborative workshop.

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