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Archived - Dec 152015 budget outlook: Find out next year's budget direction

Learn about our budgeting approach and direction for next year's budget in the 2015 Budget Outlook. Don't forget to tell us what City services and programs matter to you in our budget questionnaire before January 7.

Lost Lagoon

Archived - Dec 12Celebrate the holidays with Bright Nights Christmas Train, Festival of Lights, and more

Visit family-friendly holiday events and light displays at Vancouver's parks and gardens. Ride the Bright Nights Christmas Train in Stanley Park, check out the Festival of Lights at VanDusen Botanical Gardens, and enjoy festive light displays on the False Creek Seawall and at Lost Lagoon.

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Archived - Dec 10City of Vancouver Statement

The City of Vancouver has accepted the resignation of Carli Edwards, Deputy Chief Building Official, following the review of a complaint received related to a breach of the City Building Bylaw.

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Archived - Dec 09Extreme Weather Alert

An Extreme Weather Alert (EWA) for Vancouver has been called for December 9 due to heavy rain. There are a number of shelters that are providing spaces during this EWA.

The Festival of Lights at VanDusen Botanical Garden

Archived - Dec 05VanDusen Garden lights up with Festival of Lights starting December 10

Celebrate the holiday season at the Festival of Lights at VanDusen Botanical Garden – one of North America’s top public gardens – with more than one million lights, themed displays, and performers. Festival of Lights is open every night from December 10 to January 4 (closed December 25).

Bloedel Conservatory

Archived - Dec 04Bloedel Conservatory celebrates 45th anniversary with free admission on December 6

Visit Vancouver’s iconic Bloedel Conservatory as it celebrates its 45th anniversary with free admission and parking on Saturday, December 6.

Artist work studio at West 6th Avenue and Fir Street

Archived - Dec 04BC Artscape launches with funding from the City and other partners

BC Artscape, a new Vancouver-based not-for-profit organization that will make space for creativity and transform communities, has just launched with the help from funding from the City of Vancouver, The J.W. McConnell Family Foundation, and Vancity Community Foundation.

Apartments in downtown Vancouver

Archived - Dec 01Property taxes due February 3

If you’re a City of Vancouver property owner, your advance tax notice has either arrived in your mailbox or it’s on the way. You should receive your tax notice by December 10.

Person on street

Archived - Nov 27Warm clothing donations needed

The cold weather season is here and the Evelyne Saller Centre is looking for donations of warm clothing to help those in need.

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Archived - Nov 19Chief Election Officer declares candidates elected

The City of Vancouver’s Chief Election Officer Janice MacKenzie today declared elected the 27 candidates with the highest vote totals in the November 15, 2014 election for one mayor, 10 councillors, seven park commissioners, and nine school trustees.

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