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Jun 08City of Vancouver now a certified Living Wage employer

The City, Park Board, and VPD have taken steps to reduce inequality by becoming living wage employers, certified by the Living Wage for Families Campaign

Northeast False Creek from the air

Jun 05City and Park Board reveal concept plans for future of Northeast False Creek, including new park and removal of the viaducts

​The City of Vancouver and Vancouver Park Board are taking among their last steps in public engagement to refine the area plan that will direct the future of Northeast False Creek.

Girl riding Mobi bike on seawall

Jun 02Mobi by Shaw Go Arrives in Stanley Park

Our bike share program expanded this week with the addition of five stations in Stanley Park.

Balmoral Hotel sideview of building

Jun 02City of Vancouver moves to evacuate and relocate Balmoral Hotel residents from imminent danger

We have issued an order pursuant to the Vancouver Building Bylaw directing that occupancy of the Balmoral cease as of June 12, 2017.

Checking blood pressure

Jun 02Vancouver on track for 400 overdose deaths this year

Vancouver is on track for over 400 overdose deaths by the end of the year if the 2017 pace continues.

Balmoral Hotel sideview of building

Jun 02Statement from City of Vancouver on tenant relocation from the Balmoral Hotel

The City of Vancouver would like to clarify the efforts that the City and partners are making to support tenants facing relocation from the Balmoral Hotel.

False Creek South seawall

May 31City starts False Creek South planning process

We are embarking on a process to review and plan for the future of the False Creek South neighbourhood.

A character home in Shaughnessy

May 30City hosts open houses on proposed zoning changes and design guidelines to implement incentives city-wide

Residents are invited to discuss character home retention in single-family neighbourhoods. Attend an open house and provide your feedback.

Swim to Survive

May 30Swim to Survive: Free drowning prevention program open to 2,000 children and youth

The Vancouver Park Board is expanding its partnership with the Lifesaving Society and Lifeguard Outreach Society to offer three days of Swim to Survive.

Balmoral Hotel sideview of building

May 30City acts to address issues at Balmoral Hotel

The City investigates building code issues in SROs in the DTES. The Balmoral Hotel has been inspected and orders were issued to owners to make repairs.

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