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City Council postponed any decision on BC Hydro’s “seed” proposal because it couldn't make a fully informed decision on behalf of Vancouver residents by BC Hydro’s March 31 deadline.
Vancouver Fire and Rescue Services reported 174 overdose calls for the week of February 26 to March 5. Vancouver Police also reported 14 suspected overdose deaths across the city last week.
Today City staff provided a progress update to Council reinforcing Vancouver’s position as a world-class sport-hosting destination. Staff outlined estimated economic impacts totaling $73 million.
We have made significant investments in improving development processes and wait times to improve workflow and overall customer experience in 2016. Learn more.
City staff provided an update to Council today that summarized the main highlights of what we’ve heard over the past several years.
Seventeen exceptional Vancouver individuals, organizations, and businesses were honoured for their outstanding civic achievements. Mike Harcourt, former mayor of the City of Vancouver and premier of British Columbia, received the Freedom of the City award.
Nominate a project, small or large, that preserves heritage buildings, structures, or other features located in Vancouver. Nominations close March 18.
Learn about this innovative building solution that provides interim homes for 40 male and female residents on low- and fixed-income.
The Vancouver Park Board is raising the Canadian flag at Bloedel Conservatory and celebrating National Flag of Canada Day on February 15.
Council approved the West End Parking Strategy to make it easier for residents and their visitors to find a parking near home.