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Tonight at approximately 8:30pm, Park Board staff became aware a few people had relocated from Oppenheimer Park to set up camp near the Totem Poles in Stanley Park and additional people were arriving.
On Saturday, October 4 from 10:00am to 5:00pm, the City will host Vancouver’s first-ever Doors Open. It's a one-day event that gives you a free, behind-the-scenes look at over 20 popular and iconic Vancouver buildings.
The City has filed materials in support of an application in BC Supreme Court for an injunction to begin the dismantling of the camp at Oppenheimer Park.
The Vancouver Park Board is promoting safe longboarding with a free clinic for children ages 11 to 16 on Sunday, September 28. Learn more and register.
We have added another important piece to our strategy to end street homelessness with the addition of 157 new units of interim housing at 1335 Howe Street.
As the weather deteriorates, City staff have put a plan in place to ensure people who are homeless at Oppenheimer Park have access to housing.
Did you know that it's harvest time for the sustainably-grown vegetables from the gardens at Fraserview, Langara, and McCleery golf courses? Or that the Vancouver Park Board has approved about 180 new vegetable plots on park lands this year?
Discover the talents of Vancouver’s cultural community in a wide variety of events at Culture Days 2014 from September 26 to 28.
Over five years, the Greenest City Scholars Program has connected 59 University of British Columbia (UBC) graduate students with the City to perform meaningful research on sustainability initiatives. Explore the projects from this year's scholars.
Ten projects representing the highest standards of architecture and urban design are the recipients of the first-ever City of Vancouver Urban Design Awards.
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