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Two new public art projects, a video and transit shelter posters, debut in April 2014 in an exhibition to honour and celebrate the City’s Year of Reconciliation.
You will have an extra hour to enjoy warm weather nights on an outdoor patio this upcoming season at Vancouver restaurants.
Award-winning artist William Wasden Jr. has been selected for the Indigenous Artist in Communities Project, honouring the Year of Reconciliation.
The City is extending the deadline to nominate those who make Vancouver excellent. Nominations for the first annual Awards of Excellence are now open until Wednesday, April 9, 2014, at 5:00 pm.
Standard and Poor’s Rating Service has affirmed the City of Vancouver’s AA credit rating and maintained its positive outlook.
Five new public art projects, ranging from banners and posters to videos and a mural, debuted in March in an exhibition to honour and celebrate the City’s Year of Reconciliation.
With the international TED2014 conference making its debut in Vancouver next week, you will have the opportunity to watch the event for free at live web streaming locations throughout the city and region.
The Vancouver Park Board has launched a new mobile app loaded with features to maximize the golf experience at its three championship courses - Langara, Fraserview, and McCleery.
The City is increasing its homeless advocacy and outreach services by expanding the reach of its Homeless Outreach Team to be citywide and appointing a new Director of Services for the Homeless.
Staff have removed Item #3, “1920 Southwest Marine Drive (Casa Mia)”, from the Public Hearing agenda on March 13, 2014.