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A celebration of the City's Year of Reconciliation took place today at the VanDusen Botanical Garden, as attendees reflected on the past year, celebrated the events that took place, and looked to the future for a new way forward.
Park Board community centres, golf courses, and swimming pools have day-long programming this week while public schools are closed due to the BC Teachers' Federation continuing job action.
Drop off old and broken electronics, small appliances, and power tools at several community events this summer. Household batteries drop-off will also be available.
Today, the City stood alongside municipalities from around the region in releasing the Mayors’ Council on Regional Transportation "Regional Transportation Investments - A Vision for Metro Vancouver".
Looking for activities for your child on Wednesday, June 11, during the teachers' strike? Vancouver Park Board community centres will offer day-long programming. Find daycamps and public swim schedules.
The Vancouver Park Board has granted permits to 11 vendors in 15 sites—the highest number of participants to date.
The City of Vancouver has submitted a response to the National Energy Board (NEB) review panel regarding Trans Mountain’s objection to our suggestion that downstream and upstream climate change impacts be incorporated in the pipeline review process.
The City and community members celebrated the opening of the Kingsway Continental, a 123-unit non-market housing project on Kingsway near Boundary.
The Vancouver Park Board is teaming up with the City of Vancouver, community sport partners, and professional baseball with a proposal to spend over $3 million on new and upgraded playing field amenities across Vancouver.
The Federation of Canadian Municipalities (FCM) honoured the City as a Green Champion at its annual conference and trade show. The City was recognized in the municipal category of the “Best Green Building Policy”.