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On Sunday, August 16, enjoy historical and horticultural displays, talks and tours, live music and a magic show, an heirloom veggie harvest and gin tasting, the climbing wall and putting green, and more, for only $2.00.
We asked the CTA to order CPR to discontinue the railway and make an offer for its 2004 value. CPR's plan is to store rail cars on the line has safety risks and we asked CPR to better protect public safety and minimize disruption.
Election signs and political signs are allowed on private property and on City poster cylinders. Signs placed on City streets will be impounded.
The registration system for swim lessons and pool programs will now re-open at 12pm today. To reassure our customers, the vast majority of spots remain open.
This Thursday, the City of Vancouver, in partnership with Vancity, launched a pilot program to learn what energy and cost savings can be achieved in single family, duplex, and townhomes by using a smart thermostat.
We're halfway through the peak season for roadwork and special events. Find out how we manage traffic congestion and how to stay informed on traffic.
The Vancouver Pride Parade takes place in the West End on Sunday, August 2 at noon. Learn about this year's parade theme, Gender Superheroes, and get hot weather safety tips.
Learn about the new home for Vancouver's original grassroots market and the upcoming community economic development hub, complete with an urban garden and maker space.
Today we welcomed federal funding for the Stanley Park Seawall and the Vancouver Central Library; two key local infrastructure projects that play an important role in our community.
After 35 years of experience planning in the public and private sector, the City of Vancouver General Manager of Planning and Development, Brian Jackson has announced his plans to retire at the end of 2015.
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