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Oct 22Celebrate opening of Vancouver’s first land trust building

This morning we marked the opening of The BRice, Vancouver’s first-ever land trust, bringing 48 new protected affordable one-bedroom rental homes.

West side of Burrard Bridge following extensive rehabilitation, August 2017

Oct 21Rehabilitated Burrard Bridge reopens

A rehabilitated Burrard Bridge has reopened to all modes of travel after significant improvements including new sidewalks, restored pedestrian lights, intersection safety enhancements, and more.

Vancouver Special Operations Members

Oct 19Can you survive alone for at least 72-hours if the 'Big One' strikes?

To mark Shake Out Day, we are reminding residents to be prepared to be self-sufficient for more than three days if a major earthquake hits the area.

Richard Prince, Roller, 2004

Oct 19Artists invited to apply to become Artist in Residence for Engineering Services at City of Vancouver

The Engineering Services department is extending a call for an Artist in Residence to come behind the scenes and find inspiration in the science of civic engineering.

Vancouver skyline with caption Vancouver Votes

Oct 18Chief Election Officer declares candidates elected

Chief Election Officer declares official results in the 2017 by-election.

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Oct 18Vancouver Affordable Housing Agency adds 145 units of social housing in Mount Pleasant

The rezoning of the Vancouver Affordable Housing Agency site at 2221 Main St was approved by Vancouver City Council Tuesday evening.

Awards of Excellence

Oct 16Nominations for City of Vancouver's 2018 Awards of Excellence now open

We are calling on members of the public to submit nominations for the 2018 Awards of Excellence, which opened this morning.

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Oct 14Vancouver voters elect 10 officials to public office

See the unofficial by-election results and find out who was elected to City Council and the Vancouver School Board.

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Oct 13By-election to be held tomorrow

Tomorrow is the 2017 by-election to fill the vacant positions on City Council and the Vancouver School Board. Voters can cast votes at 50 voting places across Vancouver from 8:00am – 8:00pm.

Stanley Park Railway Ghost Train

Oct 12Stanley Park Ghost Train and VanDusen Glow in the Garden are set to entertain again this Halloween

Vancouver Park Board's Stanley Park Ghost Train and VanDusen Glow in the Garden are set to entertain again this Halloween.

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