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The Vancouver Park Board announces holiday events and light displays, including events at Stanley Park, Bloedel Conservatory, and VanDusen Botanical Garden.
Celebrate the achievements of people with disabilities and promote accessibility and inclusion, come out to the International Day of Persons with Disabilities special community event on 3 December at the Roundhouse Community Centre. Mayor Robertson will issue the proclamation at Council on 27 November.
During June of this year, 92 catch basin covers were stolen in Vancouver. Since September, 19 more grates have gone missing, 13 of those in November. Please be cautious of uncovered storm drain or catch basins, which are a foot or two deep and can be as deep as five or six feet. They pose a significant danger to pets, pedestrians, cyclists and motorists.
HootSuite has signed an innovative agreement with the City to lease new office space at 5 East 8th Avenue in Vancouver, with an option for ownership. It will move into its new, larger head office in early 2013.
November is one of the most dangerous months for pedestrians. With the rain now upon us, darker, wetter days create difficult driving conditions, making it challenging for drivers to see pedestrians.
The City won the award for Urban Innovation for its Greenest City and housing affordability initiatives. Deputy Mayor Kerry Jang accepted the award on behalf of the City at a ceremony in Guangzhou, China.
With high winds and heavy rain in the forecast, as well as higher than usual tides, please take a few minutes to prevent flooding by clearing street and alley storm drains of leaves and debris.
Remember to renew your permit. Starting 19 November, you can renew your permit at the West End Community Centre. There will be extended hours on 29 November.
The City has developed a new warm mix paving process that uses a state-of-the-art wax material derived from 100 per cent recycled plastics. The paving method reduces greenhouse gases and improves air quality during the paving process.
An afternoon at the movies will transport audiences through Vancouver’s past as the City of Vancouver Archives presents Vintage Vancouver, a showcase of historic films from its collection.