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Thin ice warning sign

Archived - Jan 09Trout Lake update: closed to skating until further notice

Trout Lake will remain closed to public skating today and tomorrow with a possibility of re-opening later in the week. The Park Board will provide public updates on Trout Lake on social media beginning Wednesday.

Children at a playground

Archived - Jan 04City set to exceed goal for new childcare spaces in Vancouver

With two years left to meet our goal, we have hit almost 75% of our four-year target to create 1,000 new childcare spaces in Vancouver.

Find out about Christmas tree chipping

Archived - Dec 30 Keep it green this holiday season and recycle your Christmas tree

Vancouver residents have three green options this month for recycling their live, cut Christmas trees. Prepare trees for recycling by removing all tinsel and decorations.

Apartments in the Vancouver's West End

Archived - Dec 28City takes significant steps in providing affordable housing in 2016

In 2016, we took many actions to address housing affordability and to boost rental housing supply in Vancouver.

Snow on a garbage bin

Archived - Dec 23Vancouver South Transfer Station will accept residential garbage at no cost December 24, 26 to January 8

View new options to dispose of your household garbage and recycling while our crews try to safely provide collection services during the winter weather.

Province and City of Vancouver partner to provide winter shelters

Archived - Dec 22City and Province partner to extend 85 Extreme Weather shelter spaces

The shelter spaces at Serena's, Salvation Army Harbour Light, and Catholic Charities will stay open until the end of January, longer if the cold persists.

Polar Bear Swim at English Bay Beach in Vancouver

Archived - Dec 21Park Board invites you to take the plunge in the 97th annual Polar Bear Swim

Take a New Year's Day plunge in English Bay (costume optional) and compete in the Peter Pantages 100-yard swim, or sit back and delight in the spectacle!

Person on street

Archived - Dec 20Additional 75 people used warming shelters Monday

Three community centre warming shelters will reopen Tuesday night to welcome anyone needing to get out of the cold.

Person on street

Archived - Dec 19More than 150 people accommodated at warming shelters over the weekend

We opened three community centres to welcome anyone who needed to get out of the cold. All three will reopen Monday night.

Archived - Dec 18More than 50 people accommodated Saturday night at warming shelters

The City opened two community centres overnight Saturday to welcome anyone who needed to get out of the cold, and will make more space available Sunday.

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