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Join millions of people from around the world in the largest environmental event in history and go dark by switching off your lights from 8:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. on Saturday 23 March for Earth Hour.
Reduce your kitchen waste and help the environment, by composting at home. We have a limited number of worm composters available.
Turn our streets into dynamic public art sites. Submit your manhole cover designs that highlight the importance of our sewer system and express Vancouver’s spirit, values and a vision for a sustainable future by 4:00 p.m. 15 April 2013.
Remember to renew your permit. On March 22 and 23, you can renew your permit at the Vancouver Maritime Museum.
Remember to renew your permit. Starting March 18, you can renew your permit at City Hall.
The Pacific great blue herons have returned to their current nest site in Stanley Park for the 13th consecutive year. They began arriving in the past week to the trees that tower above the Park Board's Administrative Offices and the tennis courts. Last year, volunteers counted 117 nests in the colony.
The City of Vancouver and Vancouver Board of Parks and Recreation will mark International Women’s Day with a reception to celebrate and acknowledge the 2013 Remarkable Women honourees on March 8.
The City of Vancouver and the University of British Columbia released a KPMG study that shows a rail-based rapid transit system on the UBC Broadway Corridor is needed to meet population growth and economic potential.
Fred Mah was presented with the Civic Merit Award on Tuesday 26 February by Mayor Gregor Robertson at a ceremony at City Hall.The award recognizes Mr. Mah’s extensive volunteer work and contributions to the community as well as his professional leadership.
Changes are coming to the laneway housing program. Later this spring, staff will report to City Council with proposed amendments to the LWH regulations and guidelines and to expand the program to other single family zoned neighbourhoods.