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The shelter spaces at Serena's, Salvation Army Harbour Light, and Catholic Charities will stay open until the end of January, longer if the cold persists.
Take a New Year's Day plunge in English Bay (costume optional) and compete in the Peter Pantages 100-yard swim, or sit back and delight in the spectacle!
We recently sent a follow-up letter to the Office of the Information and Privacy Commissioner to update the Acting Commissioner on our continued efforts to improve public access to City records.
Three community centre warming shelters will reopen Tuesday night to welcome anyone needing to get out of the cold.
We opened three community centres to welcome anyone who needed to get out of the cold. All three will reopen Monday night.
The City opened two community centres overnight Saturday to welcome anyone who needed to get out of the cold, and will make more space available Sunday.
The City of Vancouver is providing additional warm and welcoming space for anyone who needs to get out of the cold, December 17 and 18.
We're ready for snowy and rainy weather on Saturday night. Please help prevent flooding by clearing catch basins near your home of leaves, snow, and ice.
Branislav will play a lead role in shaping our arts and culture vison, and developing policies and programs to support our efforts to ensure residents and visitors have access to a wide variety of activities and experiences.
Thanks to the generous help of 29 Vancouver residents, more than 45 City blocks were cleared of snow between December 5 to 11 by volunteer Snow Angels. Register to be a Snow Angel.