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Disaster support hubs are sites where families, neighbours, and community organizations can gather following an earthquake to help one another.
The City and Park Board are planning the future of Northeast False Creek and you could be part of it. Apply by May 20 to serve on two advisory groups and help us create a vibrant, sustainable new neighbourhood for everyone in the city.
Robson Street between Howe and Hornby streets will be permanently closed to motor vehicles, including buses, to create a public square that encourages year-round programming.
The pilot program aims to let young families that aspire to own a home to enter the housing market for the first time, and put down roots to live and thrive in Vancouver.
On April 21 at 6:00pm, watch a livestream of our forum that will raise awareness of refugees, and engage our partners to increase and sustain support for refugees coming to Vancouver.
The Vancouver Park Board is creating a salt marsh in New Brighton Park to restore fish and wildlife habitat along the shore of Burrard Inlet, and improve access to nature for park visitors.
City Council has ratified the terms of a new collective agreement covering outside workers represented by CUPE Local 1004. Union members voted to accept the settlement earlier this month.
In our submission to Environment and Climate Change Canada we state that'downstream' greenhouse gas emissions from processing, refining, transporting, and consuming oil from an expanded Kinder Morgan pipeline will be ten times higher than those from upstream extraction. Find out more.
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.
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