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City of Vancouver 3-1-1 staff are helping their Calgary counterparts cope with its Local State of Emergency by offering to take overflow call volume that Calgary cannot support.
The city’s downtown core streets will come alive as VIVA Vancouver returns this weekend. The summer program will transform streets into public spaces until Labour Day, by bringing the community together to sit and relax, meet new people, and talk with neighbours.
The Vancouver Park Board celebrated the official completion of the Jericho Beach habitat and environmental restoration June 19, 2013.
The City of Vancouver proclaims June 21, 2013 to June 20, 2014 as the Year of Reconciliation. This year-long initiative includes a series of gatherings, intercultural dialogue and storytelling workshops, public education, and cultural and arts programs as ways to mend the past, build shared understanding, and to create a legacy for meaningful change in society.
The City of Vancouver is improving property development and rezoning signage, as suggested by the Engaged City Task Force.
Local amateur radio operators will practice their emergency response capabilities June 22-23, 2013, when they connect with an estimated 35,000 regional, national and international radio operators during Field Day, the annual international Amateur (Ham) Radio emergency preparedness exercise.
Come to an open house to learn more about new proposed signs at the York Theatre and offer your feedback.
Plans are to create a single, system-wide "OneCard" that will provide all Vancouverites with universal access to the pools, rinks, and fitness centres across the Park Board network.
The Cathedral Trail boardwalk, which is located just north of the Lost Lagoon stone bridge in Stanley Park, improves the flow of water, nutrients and animals, and reconnects a divided wetland.
The Beatles’ dressing room and limo requirements for their PNE show, a silk sample book from a Chinatown merchant, the City’s first voters’ list, a letter written by Captain George Vancouver in 1794, an 1898 police blotter as well as historic photos and movies will all be on display at City Hall on June 7.