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The HUSAR team in Calgary during floods in 2013

Archived - May 04Vancouver Taskforce 1 deployed to assist in Fort McMurray wildfires

At the invitation of Calgary Taskforce 2 who has been deployed to provide incident management support and logistics to emergency responders in Fort McMurray, two members of Vancouver Canada Taskforce 1 will also be deployed this afternoon.

Cyclist and pedestrians on Comox-Helmcken Greenway

Archived - May 04Research shows health benefits of public greenways

Two separate research studies show multiple health benefits from the development of the Comox-Helmcken Greenway.

Children in a group

Archived - May 03New childcare spaces exceed targets

We are now more than half way to our four-year target of creating 1,000 new childcare spaces in Vancouver.

Couple with lawn sprinkler

Archived - May 03Drinking Water Week leads into a water wise summer

Join us in celebrating this year's international Drinking Water Week. Find out what we can all do be water wise with our high-quality drinking water. Watering restrictions begin May 15, but being water wise is something we can all do all year long.

Love locks

Archived - May 03Park Board approves Love in the Rain love locks sculpture for QE Park

A sculpture dedicated to eternal love will be coming to the lookout above the Quarry Garden in Queen Elizabeth Park. Find out more.

Vancouver Park Board Office

Archived - May 02Park Board invites all Community Centre Associations to consultation on revitalized relationship

The Vancouver Park Board met with Community Centre Associations on April 30 to pave the way for a new way forward to a revitalized Joint Operating Agreement between the Board and CCAs by the end of this year. Learn more.

Empty room

Archived - May 02We want your opinion on actions to address empty homes

You're invited to participate in a survey on possible government actions to discourage empty homes in Vancouver.

Skytrain and Science World

Archived - Apr 28Join us at Science World to kick off Emergency Preparedness Week

For the first time ever, we are partnering with Science World to kick off Emergency Preparedness Week with a free two-day event open to the public at the TELUS World of Science.

People on patio

Archived - Apr 28Extended patio hours – it's that time of year again

Restaurants with patios can now apply to keep their outdoor spaces open until 1:00am

Road barricades around a construction site

Archived - Apr 27City plans street use for busy construction and special event season

Summer is a busy time for construction work and special events, as long days and good weather allow work to happen more quickly. Find out what areas may be affected.

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