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Unified Command today announced that health advisories on all Vancouver beaches with the exception of Crab and New Brighton parks have been lifted.
Our 2014 Annual Financial Report was submitted to Council today and reflects a strong financial position that has garnered positive credit rating outlooks in the past six months.
Today we launched the second annual City Bird election, announcing the 2016 candidates at VanDusen Botanical Garden. Get to know the candidates and vote for your favourite.
New investments from our Innovation Fund that support the recommendations of the Mayor's Task Force on Mental Health and Addictions were approved today by Council.
We are cleaning water mains in parts of Dunbar-Southlands, Marpole, Fraserview, Sunset, and Killarney from April 7 to May 29. Your drinking water may be temporarily cloudy as we work. The water is still safe to drink. Learn how to clear up any cloudy water.
The Coast Guard has confirmed that any recoverable oil on the water has been retrieved and environmental investigations are ongoing to assess the extent of any oil that may have sunk from the water surface or settled on the seabed.
Vancouver Park Rangers, Vancouver Volunteer Corps, and the Neighbourhood Emergency Assistant Team are supporting shoreline assessment and clean-up operations done by Environment Canada and their contractor and acting as public liaison. Park Rangers are patrolling Stanley Park, the sea wall, and beaches.
The Province, Ministry of Environment, Western Canada Marine Response, and non-government organizations, including Oiled Wildlife Society and Focus Wildlife are on scene actively responding to wildlife affected by the fuel spill.
The Federal Government has advised us that the formal oil spill recovery and cleanup on the shoreline will begin this afternoon around 2:00pm. Initial efforts in Vancouver will be concentrated in English Bay and Stanley Park. This will require a temporary closure of the seawall around Siwash Rock.