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Kitsilano Pool

Archived - Sep 02Vancouver Park Board extends Kits Pool season by one week

The Park Board is keeping Kitsilano Pool open an extra week until September 18, open daily 7:00am to 7:00pm.

Recycling boxes and bag

Archived - Aug 31Recycling collection service changes this fall

Residential recycling collection will switch to Multi-Material BC (MMBC) service providers starting Oct 3. Find out the minor changes that may affect you.

Americas Masters Games 2016

Archived - Aug 24Americas Masters Games opening ceremonies

The first-ever Americas Masters Games are in Vancouver Aug 26 to Sep 4, 2016. See the opening ceremonies for free at Jack Poole Plaza on Aug 27 at 6:00pm.

Downtown Vancouver

Archived - Aug 18Mayor Robertson Tells Federal Panel Kinder Morgan Pipeline Expansion is ‘Not worth the Risk’

Mayor and City Manager present to the federally appointed Trans Mountain Expansion Project Ministerial Panel to advocate against Kinder Morgan’s proposed pipeline expansion.

Mobi bike

Archived - Aug 18Mobi bike share program expands

Mobi has grown to 46 stations, almost 500 bikes, and 25,508 total rides since July 20. Learn about day and monthly passes that are now available to buy.

CBC's Tragically Hip poster

Archived - Aug 18Watch the Hip's final show for free at Vancouver Playhouse

On Saturday, August 20, the Tragically Hip's Man Machine Poem tour finale will live-stream at the Vancouver Playhouse. Learn how to get your free ticket.

Vancouver, Canada - February 18, 2010: Granville street entertainment district at night during the Winter Olympics

Archived - Aug 18City looks for opinions on types of signs in Vancouver

Tell us what you think about different types of signs, the way they're used, and their impact on the city, to inform our Sign Bylaw update.

Keep your family and home safe by booking a home safety check

Archived - Aug 15City of Vancouver’s Affordable Housing Agency building 400 new affordable rental homes

Learn about the four sites contributed by the City to build homes for working residents, seniors, and families with low to moderate incomes.

Carnegie Branch Library visitors

Archived - Aug 11City’s smallest library makes a big impact

Find out why the Carnegie Branch of the Vancouver Public Library is the third busiest in the city.

richard saunders field

Archived - Aug 03It’s batter up at the newly named Richard Saunders Field

Newly renovated Richard Saunders Field opens in time for 2016 Little League Canadian Championship tournament starting August 4 to 13.

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