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Knight Street and Southeast Marine Drive upgrades

Jan 23Knight and SE Marine safety improvements near complete

The northbound off-ramp at Knight Street and SE Marine Drive has fully reopened to all traffic. Work to improve the very busy intersection and off-ramp is now near complete.

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Jan 19City partners with Shaw to expand public’s access to free WiFi

Currently, about 550 free public WiFi locations are currently active, with the remaining locations becoming active over the coming months.

Vancouver Aquarium

Jan 18Park Board responds to Vancouver Aquarium decision on cetaceans in captivity

The Vancouver Park Board applauds the Vancouver Aquarium's decision that it will end the importation and display of live cetaceans in Stanley Park.

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Jan 17Council approves Women’s Equity Strategy

City Council approved Vancouver: A City For All Women, Women’s Equity Strategy 2018-2028.

Detail from AM1551-S2-: 2010-006.161

Jan 11Postmedia donates historic photographs to City Archives

The City of Vancouver Archives is set to gain more than two million 20th century photographic negatives thanks to Postmedia Network Inc. ("Postmedia").

Germaine Koh, Artist-in-Residence for Engineering department

Jan 10City selects first Artist-in-Residence for Engineering Services

We are pleased to announce Germaine Koh as the new Artist-in-Residence for its Engineering department.

Apartments in the Vancouver's West End

Jan 05595 and 599 West 2nd Ave planned as next site for temporary modular housing

The latest step has been taken towards creating 600 new homes for Vancouver’s homeless residents with the planned addition of approximately 50 temporary modular homes at 595 and 599 West 2nd Ave.

Polar Bear Swim

Dec 21Brrr, did somebody say Polar Bear Swim?

Vancouver Park Board’s 98th annual Polar Bear Swim in English Bay is January 1, 2018 at 2:30 pm.

Province and City of Vancouver partner to provide winter shelters

Dec 19Warming centres being activated as temporary shelters near capacity

Three temporary warming centres will be activated starting December 20 to provide a safe, warm place for people living on the street.

Snow on City Hall

Dec 19City plans for snowfall over winter holidays

With snow in the forecast over the winter holidays, the City is initiating its snow plan and reminding residents of what they can do to stay safe.

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