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Buses on Broadway Corridor

May 23City aims to curb land speculation along Broadway Corridor

We are proposing a new policy to limit land speculation along Broadway in advance of the community and transportation planning that will culminate in a new SkyTrain line.

Kits Pool

May 18Iconic Kits Pool to open tomorrow after multi-million dollar renovation

Get ready for summer! Kits Pool opens May 19 for the summer season after a multi-million dollar upgrade.

Zero waste pop-up event staff

May 16City adopts Zero Waste 2040 Strategic Plan, Single-Use Item Reduction Strategy, and deconstruction waste measures

Today, Vancouver became the first city in the world to approve a comprehensive zero waste strategic plan: Zero Waste 2040.

Fraser River shoreline

May 15BC elevated water flow – Vancouver readiness

With serious flooding and continued rising waters affecting the interior of British Columbia, we are preparing for potential local impacts, and to assist in the currently affected areas.

Downtown Vancouver waterfront

May 15Creative City Strategy early findings shape vision for culture and creativity in Vancouver

City Staff presented an update to Council on the early findings that will shape the Creative City Strategy.

Christie Charles,

May 15Vancouver announces Christie Charles as the City’s first local Indigenous Poet Laureate

Christie Charles of Musqueam was officially appointed at the City’s fifth Poet Laureate this morning at Vancouver City Council.

Apartments in the Vancouver's West End

May 14Four days remain to share ideas for Empty Homes Tax investments

The City launched an online platform asking Vancouver residents to share their own ideas and like or comment on the ideas posted on the platform.

Bird banner

May 10City of Birds: Massive banner celebrating the birds of False Creek to be installed under Granville Bridge

The Vancouver Park Board is installing a huge bird banner under Granville Street bridge in celebration of the beauty and ecological importance of birds.

People walking along Millbank and the Seawall in False Creek South

May 09Next phase of False Creek South process to address resident leases

Our goal is to prioritize retaining existing community members, protect vulnerable residents, and create affordable and diverse housing options.

View of modular home at 220 Terminal Ave

May 09688 Cambie Street being considered as a site for temporary modular housing

We have taken steps towards creating 600 new homes for homeless residents with the proposed addition of 100 new temporary modular homes at 688 Cambie St.

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