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Seawall damage

Archived - Dec 17Portion of Stanley Park Seawall, Jericho Pier temporarily closed

Parts of the Stanley Park seawall and Jericho Pier are closed to the public until further notice due to damage from yesterday’s King Tide and storm surge and today’s wind and waves.

View of Downtown and West End from Granville Street Bridge

Archived - Nov 28Vancouver Council to review 2013 budgets; service metrics included for the first time

Vancouver City Council will consider the proposed 2013 Capital and Operating Budgets at a special evening session on Tuesday, Dec. 4 at City Hall.

Bright nights miniature train

Archived - Nov 26Holiday lights and special events in Vancouver’s parks and gardens

The Vancouver Park Board announces holiday events and light displays, including events at Stanley Park, Bloedel Conservatory, and VanDusen Botanical Garden.

International Day of Persons with Disabilities  - 6th Annual Celebration

Archived - Nov 26City marks International Day of Persons with Disabilities with proclamation and special event

Celebrate the achievements of people with disabilities and promote accessibility and inclusion, come out to the International Day of Persons with Disabilities special community event on 3 December at the Roundhouse Community Centre. Mayor Robertson will issue the proclamation at Council on 27 November.

Downtown Vancouver skyline

Archived - Nov 22Social media company HootSuite leases new corporate headquarters from City of Vancouver

HootSuite has signed an innovative agreement with the City to lease new office space at 5 East 8th Avenue in Vancouver, with an option for ownership. It will move into its new, larger head office in early 2013.

People walking in rain with umbrellas

Archived - Nov 19With rainy and darker days, pedestrians and motorists reminded to be alert

November is one of the most dangerous months for pedestrians. With the rain now upon us, darker, wetter days create difficult driving conditions, making it challenging for drivers to see pedestrians.

Downtown Vancouver skyline

Archived - Nov 16Vancouver wins inaugural Guangzhou International Award for urban innovation

The City won the award for Urban Innovation for its Greenest City and housing affordability initiatives. Deputy Mayor Kerry Jang accepted the award on behalf of the City at a ceremony in Guangzhou, China.

Cars parked on street

Archived - Nov 15Robson North parking permits expire 30 November

Remember to renew your permit. Starting 19 November, you can renew your permit at the West End Community Centre. There will be extended hours on 29 November.

Crew performing road work

Archived - Nov 14FCM launches national The Great Canadian Infrastructure Challenge

Get involved in The Great Canadian Infrastructure Challenge. Add your support for cleaner drinking water, shorter commute times and expert treatment of wastewater across Canada.

Ocean

Archived - Nov 13High tides expected in November – Similar to what we could expect with climate change

Starting 15 November, king tides are expected in Vancouver until 15 December. King tides are extreme high tide events. These king tide events offer us a chance to visualize what normal sea levels may look like in the future as levels rise due to climate change.

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