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Vancouver Park Board community centres are responding to the BC Teachers’ Federation summer-long strike that threatens to continue into the fall.
Cycling routes and separated bike lanes have seen record numbers throughout the month of July.
City senior officials and CP Rail have agreed to meet to discuss the future of the Arbutus Corridor.
To help make finding a walking route in Vancouver even easier, 210 map stands will be updated or installed, starting in the downtown core this September. Additional maps will be installed around the city throughout the fall.
Tomorrow, the City of Vancouver will ask the Federal Court of Appeal for leave to appeal the National Energy Board’s (NEB) decision not to consider the effects of climate change in its assessment of the Trans Mountain Pipeline proposal.
Learn what the City is doing about CP's decision to remove gardens from their property along the Arbutus corridor, and find out what you can do if your garden is affected.
Provide feedback on the proposed capital investments over the next four years. Input will be incorporated into the final plan which will be presented to City Council and the Park Board for consideration and approval in September 2014.
The new Vancouver Affordable Housing Agency is a City-controlled, but legally separate, entity created to implement the recommendations from the Mayor's Task Force on Housing Affordability. Board applications are due before the deadline: Monday, September 22, 2014 at 12noon.
Learn how an energy conservation initiative at Kitsilano Pool and Second Beach Pool in Stanley Park has significantly reduced greenhouse emissions.
From a pool of 504 community members who actively volunteered to be part of the Grandview-Woodland Citizens’ Assembly, 48 have been randomly selected.