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Archived - Mar 22Help Vancouver Park Board grow our urban forest: plant a $10 tree in your yard today!

Buy a tree online at a low price if you live in Vancouver. The Park Board is selling twenty-two varieties of trees including fruit, flowering, shade, and conifer trees.

Public transportation in Vancouver

Archived - Mar 22City optimistic of federal funding for housing and transit

The 2016 federal budget commits $370+ million as a down payment for transit in Metro Vancouver, and increases funding for the Housing Partnership Stategy and Affordable Housing Initiative.

Vancouver City Hall

Archived - Mar 18City appoints new Aboriginal relations manager

Ginger Gosnell-Myers will bridge Aboriginal policies, programs, and relations across all City departments.

Southeast False Creek affordable housing development rendering

Archived - Mar 15City breaks ground on 135 units of affordable housing geared towards families

This morning we officially broke ground on a development with 135 units of affordable housing geared towards families, to be constructed at Quebec Street and 1st Avenue.

Downtown Vancouver waterfront

Archived - Mar 15City launches renewable city series with report back from Paris and COP21

We are launching the Renewable City Series today with our first event at Telus Garden. The Vancouver delegates who attended COP21 in Paris will share their experiences and lessons learned.

Children painting

Archived - Mar 14New grants for emerging artists spark creative projects

Apply and find out more about a new grant program for emerging artists. Creative Spark Vancouver supports emerging artists and fosters their capacity to work with young people.

Archived - Mar 11Celebrate spring break and Easter at Vancouver Park Board facilities

The Vancouver Park Board is offering a wide variety of events, activities, and camps for children during spring break and Easter.

Vancouver City Hall

Archived - Mar 11City and union reach tentative agreement

The City and CUPE Local 1004 have concluded a tentative settlement for a renewed collective agreement. CUPE 1004 represents approximately 1,600 outdoor workers employed at the City and Park Board.

Archived - Mar 08Vancouver Park Board increases access to green space with first pop-up park

The Park Board approved a new temporary park at 5th Ave and Pine St, opening fall 2015. The park will add green space to the growing Fairview area until planning the larger park starts in 2019.

Rowhouses in Vancouver

Archived - Mar 08City releases comprehensive study on empty homes

How many empty homes are in Vancouver and has the amount changed in recent years? Read the study findings and learn our next steps.

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