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Archived - Sep 28City proposes to license short-term rentals

City staff are proposing a new business licence that will allow short-term rentals in principal residences, whether owned or rented. Find out more.

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Archived - Sep 28Mayday, mayday: Trees seek good home for permanent relationship

The Vancouver Park Board is selling 17 varieties of flowering, shade and conifer trees, for only $10! Buy a tree now.

Southeast False Creen Neighbourhood Energy Utility

Archived - Sep 27​City committed to neighbourhood energy systems

BC Utilities Commission (BCUC) declined Creative Energy’s Neighbourhood Energy Agreement with us, but we stay committed to neighbourhood energy systems.

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Archived - Sep 26 Mayor’s Arts Awards honour outstanding members of Vancouver’s arts community

Some of the brightest talents and leaders in Vancouver’s arts community will be honoured with the 2016 Mayor’s Arts Awards on October 3 at the Roundhouse Community Arts and Recreation Centre. Find out more.

A warmer climate with more frequent extreme events and rainfall in Vancouver will have implications for how much we heat, cool and protect our homes.

Archived - Sep 23Clarification of our position on natural gas

We are not banning the use of natural gas, despite claims to the contrary in a misinformed opinion piece in The Province newspaper. Learn more.

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Archived - Sep 22Experience Culture Days with a tango or a tour

Discover the talents of Vancouver’s cultural community and join the activities during Culture Days from September 30 to October 2.

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Archived - Sep 21New Start launches for immigrants and refugees in Vancouver

Today staff introduced the New Start Strategy to City Council, laying out 28 priority actions for effective settlement and integration of immigrants and refugees in Vancouver over the next decade.

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Archived - Sep 21Vancouver to become first major city in Canada certified as living wage employer

Council has approved pursuing Living Wage Employer certification for all City employees and sub-contractors to be compensated at or above Metro Vancouver's living wage rate of $20.64 per hour.

Empty room

Archived - Sep 20Proposed Empty Homes Tax approved to go to public consultation

Today, Council took next steps on a proposed new Empty Homes Tax to help relieve pressure on the rental housing market. Find out how you can participate in the consultation process.

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