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Addressing homelessness

Oct 05City presents homelessness response update to Council

City staff presented an update to Council on Vancouver's homelessness services.

Mayor's Arts Awards 2017 logo

Oct 04Mayor's Arts Awards celebrate those making an impact on Vancouver's arts and culture community

The contribution of community leaders and artists who are impacting Vancouver's creative scene will be recognized at a ceremony on October 11.

Checking blood pressure

Oct 03259 suspected overdose deaths in Vancouver this year

259 suspected overdose deaths in Vancouver this year. today, City staff present update to Council on actions and impacts of the overdose crisis on Vancouver.

City Hall with caption Vancouver Votes

Oct 02Advance voting for by-election takes place on October 4 and 10

Vote in advance for the 2017 by-election: October 4 and 10 at Vancouver City Hall, 453 West 12th Ave, 8:00am – 8:00pm.

Paper bag full of leaves

Oct 02Fall leaf guide

We’d like to remind residents about our fall leaf collection services and the actions we all can take to keep our streets and sidewalks safe for everyone!

Mother and daughter engaging with City staff using Lego

Sep 27Multiple opportunities for public to provide input on City budget

Our 2018-2022 Budget Outlook is ready to view online. Find out how to get involved in the engagement process for the City's 2018 Budget and five-year financial plan.

Photo by Rachel Topham

Sep 27City of Vancouver celebrates Culture Days with free events across the city

Ensuring everyone has access to participate actively in arts and culture, Culture Days will host free events all across Canada for three days from September 29 to October 1.

Group of people being trained to give Naloxone

Sep 25City of Vancouver predicts nearly 7,000 overdose support calls by the end of 2017

Vancouver Police Department reported that Vancouver saw a total of four suspected overdose deaths during the week of September 11 to 17, an increase from two reported the previous week.

Suite showing a bed, dresser, and armchair inside the temporary modular housing building at 220 Terminal Avenue

Sep 25City invites residents to tour temporary modular housing display suite

We invite the public to tour a temporary modular housing display suite to learn more about our goals to help those hardest hit by the housing crisis.

New Brighton Park Shoreline Habitat Restoration Project

Sep 21Helping the Burrard Inlet ecosystem: salt marsh in New Brighton Park already attracting juvenile salmon and rich marine life

A new tidal wetland in New Brighton Park in east Vancouver has been created to improve access to nature for park visitors, and provide habitat for fish, birds and other wildlife.

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