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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.
Voting locations across Vancouver are open on Saturday, November 15 until 8:00pm. Find out what your options are if there is a long line-up at your location.
The 2014 municipal election in the City of Vancouver has had a very significant turnout in voters. We have received a number of questions in regard to the closing of polls. The Vancouver Charter and the City Election Bylaw governs these procedures.
Voting opens for election day, November 15, at nearly 120 locations across Vancouver from 8:00am to 8:00pm at community and cultural centres, churches, the Vancouver Art Gallery, and Oakridge and International Village malls.
The advance voting polls closed on November 12. Your next opportunity to vote is on the official election day, Saturday, November 15 from 8:00am to 8:00pm.
The City is concerned with the passing of Bill C-36, Protection of Communities and Exploited Persons Act, as research confirms that criminalization of sex work puts those involved in sex work at further risk of increased violence.