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Beginning today, residents and business owners are invited to review and provide feedback on proposed upgrades and modifications to the north end of the Burrard Street Bridge.
You now have a quicker and easier way to connect with City Hall and access online services from anywhere, at any time, thanks to our newest mobile app: VanConnect. Find out more.
Today, we submitted our final evidence to the National Energy Board (NEB) in response to Kinder Morgan’s proposed pipeline expansion.
Elections BC must receive your Transportation and Transit Referendum ballot by 8:00pm on Friday, May 29.
Come see the FIFA Women’s World Cup Canada 2015 Australian national team at one of their three open practices at Trillium Park from 10:00am – 12 noon on May 24, 26, and June 1.
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.