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Survivors Totem Pole

Archived - Nov 03Survivors Totem Pole set to rise in Pigeon Park with Park Board support

View the pole raising ceremony on Saturday at 11:30am. The Park Board supports the installation of Survivors Totem Pole symbolizing community resilience.

Soldier with horn at Remembrance Day ceremony

Archived - Nov 02Vancouver commemorates Remembrance Day

The City will host Remembrance Day ceremonies to recognize the contribution our veterans have made and to honour those who made the ultimate sacrifice on behalf of Canada at Victory Square.

Victory Square Remembrance Day ceremony

Archived - Nov 02Complimentary City parking for Veterans with plates

Vehicles with BC veteran licence plates will be exempt from parking fees at City of Vancouver parking meters, in EasyPark parkades, and surface lots, as well as in Park Board operated parking facilities for Veterans Week, November 4 to 11, 2016.

Encampment at 58 West Hastings

Archived - Nov 02City seeks to end encampment at 58 West Hastings

City staff are working with people remaining in the camp to relocate to safe and warm spaces in additional shelters.

Sea level rise in Vancouver related to climate change

Archived - Oct 27Vancouver proactively plans for sea level rise over the next century

Get an update on our preparations for sea level rise and coastal flooding risks, as part of our Climate Change Adaptation Strategy.

Vancouver City Hall

Archived - Oct 25City continues with enforcement of illegal short-term rentals

We're enforcing hosts or listings with public impacts to ensure personal safety and prevent conversion of long-term rental units to visitor accommodation.

Artist's rendering of the temporary modular homes by Horizon North

Archived - Oct 24Get a firsthand look inside temporary modular housing

Tour a sample modular home that will be built in early 2017 for people on low/fixed incomes, as part of Vancouver Affordable Housing Agency’s pilot project.

A character home in Shaughnessy

Archived - Oct 24Statement on BC Supreme Court decision to uphold Shaughnessy Heritage Conservation Area

The heritage conservation area legally protects pre-1940 heritage properties in the area from demolition and provides more clarity around conservation.

Fright Nights at Playland - select nights until October 31

Archived - Oct 20Fright Nights at Playland until October 31

Western Canada’s most terrifying adult-themed Halloween event, Fright Nights, is haunting Playland on select nights until October 31.

Orpheum Theatre

Archived - Oct 19Vancouver Civic Theatres opens underutilized space to community arts and culture groups

Council approved continuation of pilot program allowing groups to use underutilized spaces at Vancouver Civic Theatres for another three years.

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