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You can now enjoy free public Wi-Fi access on your smartphone, tablet, or laptop at six civic locations, with service expanding in the coming months to an additional 37 sites throughout the city.
Additional speakers on the issue of the Georgia and Dunsmuir viaducts will be heard at the Standing Committee on City Finance and Services meeting on Tuesday, October 27, 2015 at 4pm.
The City of Vancouver has appointed Jerry Dobrovolny as the new general manager, engineering services, following an international search.
Honour the dead in a unique and contemplative atmosphere with All Souls evening programs from October 24 to November 1. Get event details and attend.
In celebration of World Food Day, we joined over 40 cities across the globe today in signing an Urban Food Policy Pact to address food security and sustainable development.
The path will be widened to a minimum of 6 m, allowing the paths for walking and cycling to be 3 m each. Learn what to expect during construction.
Staff explored ways to expand taxi and rideshare services in Vancouver in consultation with stakeholders during the past year. Learn about the recommendations and read the Council report.
On October 15, join the City at the Vancouver Public Library's Central Branch for Earthquake Day and the ShakeOutBC earthquake drill at 10:15am. Benefit from free exhibitions, lectures, drills, contests, and more to help you get prepared for an earthquake.
Mayor Robertson presented the official proclamation of Homelessness Action Week today. Homelessness Action Week runs from October 11 to 17 to raise public awareness on the issues of homelessness.
Four books that reflect Vancouver's unique character, culture, and history have been selected as finalists for the 2015 City of Vancouver Book Award.
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