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Coast Salish canoe race

Archived - Aug 15Celebrate! Stanley Park gets even better with historical tours, program schedule, event app and more

"Celebrate! Stanley Park" has over 200 activities and performances taking place at five festival zones throughout the park. Browse the program schedule and check out the mobile app.

Cars parked on street

Archived - Aug 08Industrial, Guelph, and Mount Pleasant parking permits expire August 31

Remember to renew your annual residential parking permit. Renew online starting August 1, or in person at City Hall starting August 22.

Trout Lake fitness centre

Archived - Aug 0630,000 Vancouver residents say yes to OneCard

Thirty-thousand Vancouver residents have now signed up for the Vancouver Park Board’s OneCard in the first month since it was launched.


Archived - Jul 26Thousands expected to take in Honda Celebration of Light

Vancouver's downtown skies will light up on Saturday when the 2013 Honda Celebration of Light kicks off the first of this year’s three fireworks shows over English Bay. Thousands of people are expected to take in the shows on July 27, July 31 and August 3.

Mayor Robertson - Reconciliation Week Event

Archived - Jul 25TRC and Reconciliation Canada announce events of Reconciliation Week

The Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada (TRC) and Reconciliation Canada announced a week of reconciliation activities in Vancouver from September 16 to 22 featuring the lighting of the Flame of Reconciliation, The All Nations Canoe Gathering, and the TRC’s British Columbia National Event.

Celebrate! Stanley Park 125 logo

Archived - Jul 24Amazing line up of talent set to entertain crowds at Celebrate! Stanley Park

"Celebrate! Stanley Park" has a bit of everything from the Juno Award winning band Arkells and children’s entertainers Bobs & LoLo to a Boca del Lupo outdoor spectacular and a Theatre Under the Stars sing-a-long.

West 4th

Archived - Jul 11West 4th construction wraps in time for Khatsahlano! Music + Art Festival

The City of Vancouver and the Kitsilano 4th Avenue Business Improvement Association (BIA) celebrated the end of a six-month long construction project from Burrard to Balsam on West 4th Avenue today in time for the Khatsahlano! Music + Art Festival, set to kick off on Saturday, July 13.

Local Food Assets Task Force members

Archived - Jul 10Park Board Local Food Action Plan integrates local food into Vancouver’s parks and recreation system

The Vancouver Park Board unveiled its creative and ambitious Local Food Action Plan highlighting priority areas and actions to increase local food assets in Vancouver parks and recreation facilities.

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Archived - Jul 10Grants available for projects that help communities

If you have a project idea that could help create healthy and vibrant communities throughout our province, you could qualify for a Vancouver Foundation grant to help make it a reality. Learn more and apply.

Vancouver has a plan in place to become the greenest city in the world

Archived - Jul 09Greenest City update shows Vancouver carbon pollution dropped 4% since 2007 while economy grew

Vancouver City Council received an update today on the Greenest City Action Plan (GCAP), and heard that the City has achieved a four per cent reduction in greenhouse gas emissions since 2007, while Vancouver’s economy and population both grew significantly.

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