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On Friday, the City will use its status as an intervener to call upon the National Energy Board (NEB) to direct Trans Mountain to respond to the 145 questions that remain outstanding from the City’s original submission to the NEB.
The City of Vancouver’s draft 2015-2018 Capital Plan, which will be presented to Council on July 9, identifies $1.08 billion of capital investment priorities for the City for the next four years with a focus on affordable housing, childcare, and transportation.
Help the Vancouver Park Board, and water young street trees in front of your home and on your block — not only during this hot weather, but throughout the summer.
The pilot program makes it easier to host pop-up performances for up to 250 people in studios, warehouses, and other unconventional event spaces. Thanks to valuable ongoing participation and feedback, we are making mid-pilot improvements with processing times, event series, and more – starting today.
The City will roll out a pilot program for locally-made beer, wine, and spirit sales at the following farmers markets this summer and fall: Oak Street, Mount Pleasant, Kerrisdale Village, River District, and Yaletown markets.
See hundreds of highly skilled local amateur radio operators come together to practice emergency response operations during a 24 hour event at Queen Elizabeth Park this weekend.
VIVA Vancouver, now in its fourth year, continues to grow in popularity, with new programming for VIVA Granville every weekend this summer. A new installation at 800 Robson Street, and new parklets for you to sit, relax, hang out with friends, and meet your neighbours.
The City is making the local voting process as convenient and accessible as possible by offering the option to cast a ballot at any of the close to 120 voting locations on November 15, nine days of voting including advance voting, and additional voting supports for persons with disabilities during advance voting.
It’s a birthday party on July 1! Show your Canada Day spirit by dressing in red and white and celebrating at a neighbourhood community centre.
If you are a resident of Vancouver’s Grandview-Woodland neighbourhood, you have a chance to serve on a special Citizens’ Assembly to help shape a community plan for future growth and development in the area.