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Writer Wayde Compton was presented the prize for his short story collection about Vancouver's recent past and its dystopian very-near future.
The B.C. government will provide $1.5 million in funding and the City of Vancouver will contribute up to $800,000 towards building operations for 170 temporary shelter beds this winter.
The sixth annual screening of historical films from the City of Vancouver Archives will be presented at the Vancity Theatre this month.
Imagine with us a Vancouver in 2050 that's cleaner, healthier, and more resilient, where buildings and transportation are powered only by renewable energy.
The Women's World Cup exceeded its forecasted economic activity, boosted local sports, and created legacies with athlete-exhibit funds, a community soccer program, and a field turf upgrade.
Vancouver artists will be honoured for their achievements at a special ceremony on November 12 at the Roundhouse. Find out who received a Mayor's Arts Award.
On October 30, Mayor Gregor Robertson and members of Council presented Dr. David Suzuki with the award to recognize his many exceptional achievements.
The City will host Remembrance Day ceremonies to recognize the contribution our veterans have made and to honour those who made the ultimate sacrifice on behalf of Canada at Victory Square.
Vehicles with BC veteran licence plates will be exempt from parking fees at City of Vancouver parking meters, in EasyPark parkades and surface lots, and Park Board-operated parking facilities for Veterans Week, November 5 to 11, 2015.