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The City and BC Housing are partnering to put in place up to four temporary homeless shelters this winter. The annual partnership was outlined at City Council today as part of a staff update on Homelessness Action Week, which runs October 13-19.
A memoir, two books of poetry and two non-fiction works, all of which reflect Vancouver’s rich history and culture, have been selected as finalists for the 2013 City of Vancouver Book Award. The 25th annual City of Vancouver Book Award will be presented at the Mayor’s Arts Awards Gala at Science World on November 22.
Kitsilano Beach, one of the world’s best urban beaches, now has 10 freshly updated tennis courts to match the gorgeous scenery!
Remember to renew your annual residential parking permit. Renew online or in person at City Hall starting October 1.
The City is launching a new granting program to support local projects that tackle some of Vancouver’s most challenging social problems, with the creation of the Social Innovation Projects (SIP) Grants.
Vancouver's newest park — Creekway Park — has been dramatically transformed from a parking lot into an ecologically rich and diverse corridor with native plants and bird habitat, along with pedestrian and bicycle paths, and a daylighted stream.
Ten tennis courts at Kitsilano Beach Park — five of which will be able to host international tournaments, a first for outdoor public courts in Vancouver — open on September 29.
The Open Government Licence makes it easier to use and combine open data from multiple government agencies across Canada.
Participate in Reconciliation Week events to acknowledge the historical impacts of residential schools on Aboriginal peoples and create a legacy for meaningful change in society.
Nominations for the City Cultural Harmony Awards and Access and Inclusion Awards are now being accepted. The deadline for nominations is October 2.