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Vancouver will have an Empty Homes Tax in place by effective January 1, 2017, with staff reporting on the Tax’s next steps to Council on Tuesday.
Construction of new heritage-style lamp posts and installation of new suicide prevention fencing will begin this November on the west side of the Burrard Bridge.
We are hosting with our partners a Naloxone and overdose response public training event on November 9 in response to the current public health crisis related to rising rates of overdose deaths across the province. Find out more.
Mayor Robertson and members of City Council presented former Member of Parliament and social activist Margaret Mitchell with the Freedom of the City award.
The seventh annual screening of historical films from the City of Vancouver Archives will be presented at the Vancity Theatre November 20 and 27.
View the pole raising ceremony on Saturday at 11:30am. The Park Board supports the installation of Survivors Totem Pole symbolizing community resilience.
The City will host Remembrance Day ceremonies to recognize the contribution our veterans have made and to honour those who made the ultimate sacrifice on behalf of Canada at Victory Square.
Vehicles with BC veteran licence plates will be exempt from parking fees at City of Vancouver parking meters, in EasyPark parkades, and surface lots, as well as in Park Board operated parking facilities for Veterans Week, November 4 to 11, 2016.
City staff are working with people remaining in the camp to relocate to safe and warm spaces in additional shelters.
Vancouver’s Mobi bike share program hit a significant milestone this week after passing the 100,000 rides mark in just three months. Join Mobi today!
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