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Since its inauguration seven years ago, the Greenest City Scholars Program has connected 100 University of British Columbia (UBC) graduate students with the City to perform meaningful research on sustainability initiatives.
Families and seniors in need of affordable housing will benefit from the new rental and co-op homes in Kensington and Killarney, available in 2017 and 2018.
City amongst final group of cities selected in competitive grant process, gaining access to international network of tools and partnerships to build resilience.
The name selected for Vancouver’s new bike share program to launch this summer is Mobi (pronounced moe-bee). Discounted memberships available until June 30.
We are making progress in the licensing process and are continuing to take enforcement action against Medical Marijuana-related Use (MMRU) stores operating outside of City bylaws. View updates.
The heated seaside pools open Saturday, May 21 at Kitsilano Beach Park, Second Beach in Stanley Park, and New Brighton ParkPark Board. Lifeguards and park rangers will be on duty.
Council has approved a 50% increase to the annual Street Cleaning Grant Program, which provides funding to non-profit agencies to support litter collection in the Downtown East Side and Business Improvement Areas (BIAs).
The Vancouver Park Board has hired a consultant to develop a business strategy to improve concession food and beverages to better reflect Vancouver.
The parks will link with trails along the Fraser River and create ecological connections to Everett Crowley Park and Fraserview Golf Course to the north.
Our Director of Planning has ordered a heritage inspection of the property located at 1550 West 29th Avenue. The action was taken to evaluate the home’s potential historic significance. This is the first time a Heritage Inspection has been ordered.