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Winter Response Shelters will help homeless people in Vancouver

Archived - Oct 10City marks Homelessness Action Week – October 12-18

Come out to a series of events and initiatives that benefit the homeless and raise awareness of homelessness issues at the ninth annual Homelessness Action Week from October 12-18.

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Archived - Oct 10119 candidates file for 27 local government positions

A total of 119 candidates, the largest number since 2002 (also 119), filed their nomination documents by the 4:00pm deadline for 27 positions on Vancouver City Council, the Park Board, and Vancouver School Board.

Vancouver Votes - Woman on street

Archived - Oct 09City opens eight advance voting locations 280% increase in advance voting hours

Over the last two election cycles, the City has worked to enhance the availability of opportunities to vote in advance of an election through incremental increases in advance polls.

Gastown Steamclock

Archived - Oct 08Gastown Steam Clock undergoes repairs

We will begin major repairs to the Gastown Steam Clock starting Wednesday, October 8. To complete this work, we will temporarily remove the clock from the street corner.

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Archived - Oct 08City continues efforts to find housing for homeless campers in Oppenheimer Park

Following the decision of the BC Supreme Court this afternoon, the City of Vancouver will continue its efforts to assist those in the park who are homeless to access available shelter and housing options ahead of the October 15, 10:00pm deadline imposed by the court.

2014 Book Award winner David Stouck

Archived - Oct 07David Stouck wins 2014 Book Award for Arthur Erickson biography

David Stouck's in-depth portrait of the life and work of one of Canada’s most renowned architects Arthur Erickson is the winner of the 2014 City of Vancouver Book Award.

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Archived - Oct 03City of Vancouver to challenge Canadian Pacific Railway action on Arbutus corridor

Today the City of Vancouver has filed a notice of civil claim in BC Supreme Court in a direct constitutional challenge to action taken by Canadian Pacific (CP) to clear the Arbutus corridor and to reactivate it as a railway.

Vancouver downtown waterfront

Archived - Oct 03City and partners announce plan to open Technology and Social Innovation Centre

The City, in collaboration with the Vancouver Economic Commission (VEC) and the Vancity Community Foundation, has designated 312/324 Main Street as the future site of the city’s first Technology and Social Innovation Centre.

Statue of Captain George Vancouver

Archived - Oct 02Nominations for the 2014 Vancouver civic election are now open

Calling all candidates: Nominations for Vancouver Mayor, Council, Park Board and School Board are open until 4:00 pm on October 10.

Group of people meeting at Trout Lake

Archived - Oct 02City co-funds new pilot program to develop innovative social change projects

The City is working with government and philanthropic partners on a new pilot program to spark innovative projects that address social change and promote inclusion for all residents.

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