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How should liquor be served, produced, and sold in Vancouver? Your feedback will help shape the Vancouver Liquor Strategy which will inform new or revised approaches to liquor. Tell us online by May 15 or visit us at Pop-Up City Hall on April 16 and 17.
A plan to improve the public space at the 800-block of Robson goes to Council for approval next week.
If you live, work, or play in and around Downtown, tell us where you want public bike share stations.
Authors and publishers of books contributing to the appreciation of Vancouver's history, unique character, or the achievements of its residents are invited to submit entries for the annual award.
We have sold almost 3,000 trees in the lead up to Vancouver Tree Week, April 2 – 10. The online tree sale began March 22.
During construction, at least one travel lane in each direction will stay open on Burrard Street on the north side of the bridge, with some full road closures on weekends on the south side of the bridge. Burrard Bridge is remains accessible throughout construction.
The City of Vancouver and the Park Board are deeply saddened to report that a workplace fatality of a Park Board arborist occurred this morning.
We will be excavating the Burrard and Pacific intersection over the Easter weekend (March 25-28). One lane in each direction will be maintained for vehicle traffic, bikes, and pedestrians
Buy a tree online at a low price if you live in Vancouver. The Park Board is selling twenty-two varieties of trees including fruit, flowering, shade, and conifer trees.
The 2016 federal budget commits $370+ million as a down payment for transit in Metro Vancouver, and increases funding for the Housing Partnership Stategy and Affordable Housing Initiative.
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