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A new study concludes Vancouver's ocean-dependent economy and "Greenest City" reputation could be negatively impacted by an oil spill.
Vote “Yes” in the Transportation and Transit Referendum and help promote our economy, protect our environment, and enhance liveability throughout the region.
The annual Housing Report Card will be presented to Council on May 26. It outlines our progress to enable, create, and protect housing that meet the needs of people on different incomes.
A recent study commissioned by the City of Vancouver, Tsleil-Waututh Nation, and Living Oceans Society found that Kinder Morgan Canada’s proposal to expand the Trans Mountain pipeline system largely excludes the most serious impacts of an oil spill near Vancouver – the impact on wildlife.
The City of Vancouver, City of Burnaby, and the Tsleil-Waututh Nation conducted an independent oil spill trajectory modelling of four major oil spill scenarios in the Burrard Inlet.
Since the Gathering Place opened in 1995, it's been a community hub for vulnerable residents of Vancouver. Find out what the centre offers, how recent renovations increased its capacity and programs, and what's next for the Gathering Place.
Vancouver City Hall will be closed for Victoria Day on Monday, May 18. We will reopen on Tuesday, May 19 at 8:30am.
Starting this Victoria Day long weekend, the city’s outdoor pools and beaches will open, and lifeguards and park rangers will be on duty.
Not registered to vote? Haven't received a ballot? You can still do so, until Friday, May 15.
It’s a wrap. After close to a month of heavy campaigning, Vancouver has elected its “official” 2016 City Bird! The 2016 winner follows in the wings of the cute, perky Black-capped Chickadee, 2015’s City Bird.