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Group of people being trained to give Naloxone

Archived - Sep 25City of Vancouver predicts nearly 7,000 overdose support calls by the end of 2017

Vancouver Police Department reported that Vancouver saw a total of four suspected overdose deaths during the week of September 11 to 17, an increase from two reported the previous week.

New Brighton Park Shoreline Habitat Restoration Project

Archived - Sep 21Helping the Burrard Inlet ecosystem: salt marsh in New Brighton Park already attracting juvenile salmon and rich marine life

A new tidal wetland in New Brighton Park in east Vancouver has been created to improve access to nature for park visitors, and provide habitat for fish, birds and other wildlife.

Illustration of social housing building at 124 Dunlvey

Archived - Sep 19Almost 500 units of new social and family housing to be added through upcoming rezonings

We are on track to add 390 new social housing units after several rezoning proposals were referred today by City Council to public hearing in October.

Downtown Vancouver with cyclists

Archived - Sep 19City's Green Goals will create savings for residents, businesses

The City of Vancouver’s plan to phase out fossil fuels as part of the Greenest City Action Plan will save Vancouver households and businesses money in energy costs.

greenest-city-2020

Archived - Sep 18City kicks off Climate Week

Today marks the first day of Climate Week 2017 and Vancouver has made significant progress towards its Greenest City Action Plan 2020 targets.

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.

Checking blood pressure

Archived - Sep 12City of Vancouver reports 23 suspected overdose deaths in August

Vancouver Police Department reported a suspected twenty three overdose deaths during the month of August, a slight increase from the eighteen deaths confirmed in July by the BC Coroners Service.

Bins of used single coffee cups

Archived - Sep 12Businesses, industry invited to provide input on Single-Use Item Reduction Strategy

The City of Vancouver is inviting businesses and industry representatives to provide feedback as we develop a Single-Use Item Reduction Strategy.

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.

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.

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