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Trees are so awesome that the Park Board is almost giving them away for free during Doors Open Vancouver Saturday, September 3.
The First Shaughnessy Heritage Conservation Area will protect historic homes from demolition while allowing for modest density increases, where appropriate.
Read the 2016-2020 Budget Outlook describing the direction for our upcoming budget. Share your thoughts and opinions on the operational and strategic priorities of the City.
The Mayor's Task Force on Mental Health and Addictions met yesterday as part of the International Initiative for Mental Health Leadership Conference
The Killarney Community Centre Association has approved clarifications to ownership of the seniors centre. The Park Board will now issue a request for proposal to design and build the seniors centre.
With dozens of free music, theatre, dance, architecture, and visual and literary arts events happening in Vancouver, this is the perfect way to create, participate, and celebrate your love of culture all weekend long.
Concession revenue this summer is up 10 per cent to budget over last year with healthy options such as fresh fruit cups being particularly popular.
Mayor Gregor Robertson and City Council have voted to initiate a senior leadership transition at City Hall, with the conclusion of Dr. Penny Ballem’s service as city manager and the beginning of a search for a city manager.
Enjoy free, behind-the-scenes tours of popular City of Vancouver buildings on October 3 and learn what it takes to run our city. New locations this year: Stanley Park Train Yard and the Roundhouse.
The Vancouver Park Board regrets the passing of a deer that moved into Stanley Park this summer. Around 7:30 pm on Sunday, September 13, police were called to the south end of the Lions Gate Bridge where a deer had been struck by a car and killed.