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VIVA Vancouver will open its 800 Robson Street space to the creative community once again with Robson Redux, a design-build competition that invites emerging and professional designers and artists to submit their design ideas related to the theme of “connection”.
Visit Vancouver’s iconic Bloedel Conservatory as it celebrates its 45th anniversary with free admission and parking on Saturday, December 6.
BC Artscape, a new Vancouver-based not-for-profit organization that will make space for creativity and transform communities, has just launched with the help from funding from the City of Vancouver, The J.W. McConnell Family Foundation, and Vancity Community Foundation.
Express your priorities for the city and give us feedback on some of the services we provide. It's part of a month-long effort to help inform our draft 2015 budget.
Vancouver Park Board Commissioner John Coupar was elected Chair at the Decemmber 1, 2014, inaugural Park Board meeting.
If you’re a City of Vancouver property owner, your advance tax notice has either arrived in your mailbox or it’s on the way. You should receive your tax notice by December 10.
The cold weather season is here and the Evelyne Saller Centre is looking for donations of warm clothing to help those in need.
Nominations are now being accepted for the 32nd City of Vancouver Heritage Awards, which recognize the accomplishments of individuals and organizations that have furthered the goal of heritage conservation in the city.
The City of Vancouver’s Chief Election Officer Janice MacKenzie today declared elected the 27 candidates with the highest vote totals in the November 15, 2014 election for one mayor, 10 councillors, seven park commissioners, and nine school trustees.
Vancouver voters have elected 27 people to public office following the preliminary count of 2014 municipal election ballots. 119 people ran for office.