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City of Vancouver Book Award

Archived - Apr 05Entries welcome for 2016 Book Award

Authors and publishers of books contributing to the appreciation of Vancouver's history, unique character, or the achievements of its residents are invited to submit entries for the annual award.

Vancouver's Tree Week helps support the Urban Forest Strategy

Archived - Apr 04Park Board branches out and sells thousands of trees online

We have sold almost 3,000 trees in the lead up to Vancouver Tree Week, April 2 – 10. The online tree sale began March 22.

Burrard Bridge

Archived - Apr 01Burrard Corridor construction impacts for April

During construction, at least one travel lane in each direction will stay open on Burrard Street on the north side of the bridge, with some full road closures on weekends on the south side of the bridge. Burrard Bridge is remains accessible throughout construction.

The flag at City Hall is at half mast today.

Archived - Mar 31City of Vancouver update

The City of Vancouver and the Park Board are deeply saddened to report that a workplace fatality of a Park Board arborist occurred this morning.

Burrard Bridge

Archived - Mar 24Asphalt excavation at Burrard and Pacific over Easter weekend

We will be excavating the Burrard and Pacific intersection over the Easter weekend (March 25-28). One lane in each direction will be maintained for vehicle traffic, bikes, and pedestrians

Archived - Mar 22Help Vancouver Park Board grow our urban forest: plant a $10 tree in your yard today!

Buy a tree online at a low price if you live in Vancouver. The Park Board is selling twenty-two varieties of trees including fruit, flowering, shade, and conifer trees.

Vancouver City Hall

Archived - Mar 18City appoints new Aboriginal relations manager

Ginger Gosnell-Myers will bridge Aboriginal policies, programs, and relations across all City departments.

Southeast False Creek affordable housing development rendering

Archived - Mar 15City breaks ground on 135 units of affordable housing geared towards families

This morning we officially broke ground on a development with 135 units of affordable housing geared towards families, to be constructed at Quebec Street and 1st Avenue.

Downtown Vancouver waterfront

Archived - Mar 15City launches renewable city series with report back from Paris and COP21

We are launching the Renewable City Series today with our first event at Telus Garden. The Vancouver delegates who attended COP21 in Paris will share their experiences and lessons learned.

Children painting

Archived - Mar 14New grants for emerging artists spark creative projects

Apply and find out more about a new grant program for emerging artists. Creative Spark Vancouver supports emerging artists and fosters their capacity to work with young people.

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