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Archived - Oct 16Vancouver signs global Urban Food Policy Pact at world expo

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.

Southeast False Creek Seawall in 2011

Archived - Oct 16Seawall improvements and safety widening

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.

Taxis

Archived - Oct 15Recommendations on taxi and rideshare services to go to City Council

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.

Earthquake Day sign

Archived - Oct 14Join the City for Earthquake Day and ShakeOutBC

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.

2015 City of Vancouver Book Award logo

Archived - Oct 132015 Vancouver Book Award finalists announced

Four books that reflect Vancouver's unique character, culture, and history have been selected as finalists for the 2015 City of Vancouver Book Award.

Fall colours in Mount Pleasant with Burnaby and Mount Baker on the horizon

Archived - Oct 08Changes to leaf collection program

Extra leaves that don't fit in your Green Bin will be collected by City crews on four designated weekends. Street sweeping to clear leaves will begin in late November.

The Future of Vancouver’s viaducts: in-depth

Archived - Oct 07Viaduct technical findings report to Council available to public

The technical findings report on the Georgia and Dunsmuir viaducts that staff will present to Vancouver City Council on October 20 is now available to the public.

Vancouver’s Georgia and Dunsmuir viaducts near their trip to Council for final approval

Archived - Oct 06Viaduct technical findings near their trip to Council for final approval

Residents are invited to participate in two public events to learn more about what stakeholders, community groups and studies found as opportunities and challenges for replacing the viaducts.

Doors Open Vancouver volunteer at Vancouver Fire and Rescue Services training facility with members of the public behind him visiting the special operations command vehicle

Archived - Oct 05Another successful Doors Open Vancouver

Get a recap of our second annual Doors Open Vancouver event. Our 18 civic buildings and landmarks received over 14,350 visits, beating last year's record of 8,600 visits.

Archived - Oct 01Trees are so awesome that the Park Board is almost giving them away for free

Trees are so awesome that the Park Board is almost giving them away for free during Doors Open Vancouver Saturday, September 3.

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