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Vancouver's West End with the snowy North Shore mountains

Archived - Dec 17City crews prepare for snow fall

​City crews are out today applying brine to arterial roads, priority hills, bridge decks, and bike routes across the city in preparation for freezing temperatures that are expected in the coming days.

A view of Cambie Bridge and downtown on a snowy day

Archived - Dec 16Extra shelter spaces open due to cold weather alert

Cold weather is forecast for Vancouver December 16. The City has activated the Assistance to Shelter Act for police to assist persons at risk due to extreme weather conditions. Find extra shelter spaces here.

Vancouver buildings

Archived - Dec 14City invites submissions for Urban Design Awards

Submit an entry for the Vancouver Urban Design Awards, which celebrate projects that demonstrate excellence in architecture and design and contribute to creating a vibrant, livable city.

Province and City of Vancouver partner to provide winter shelters

Archived - Dec 11Vancouver's winter shelters hit full capacity within hours of opening

After reaching full capacity within hours of opening their doors, Vancouver's four temporary winter shelters have had to consistently turn people away due to a lack of available beds.

City Hall's 12th Avenue entrance

Archived - Dec 09Update on Le Marche St. George

In response to several media requests, we would like to clarify that Le Marche St George, a popular local market in East Vancouver, is not about to be shut down by the City

Doors of Vancouver City Hall

Archived - Dec 04City Hall's brass doors sealed for the future

The 80-year-old, original doors just received a modern polymer coating that bonds and seals the brass, substantially reducing the amount of upkeep necessary to retain a freshly polished look.

Condos in Vancouver

Archived - Dec 04City recommends new protections for Vancouver’s tenants and rental housing stock

Recommendations to strengthen protection for Vancouver’s tenants and further safeguard the current rental housing stock will be brought forward to Council on December 10, 2015.

Vancouver wins C40 Cities Award

Archived - Dec 03Vancouver wins C40 Cities Award for Greenest City Action Plan at COP21 in Paris

The C40 Cities Awards provide global recognition for cities demonstrating world-leading policies and programmes that reduce emissions and improve sustainability.

Group of children on lawn

Archived - Dec 03Vancouver School Board and City partner to expand meal program for vulnerable students

Thanks to a partnership agreement with us, the Vancouver School Board is now able to feed an additional 258 hungry children healthy lunches through their meal programs for vulnerable elementary school students.

Buildings downtown Southeast False Creek

Archived - Dec 03Vancouver participates in the first ever Buildings Day at COP21 in Paris

We are committed to working collectively with others to help put Vancouver’s building and construction sector on the “below 2°C path”. Find out more.

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