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Today, the Vancouver Park Board has become aware of a photograph posted on Facebook appearing to show an individual defacing the commemorative monument to the Komagata Maru in Harbour Green Park at Coal Harbour.
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The Vancouver Park Board reviewed the proposed 2014 operating and capital budget, which takes a balanced approach to funding for new and enhanced services, productivity initiatives and business development, at a December 2 meeting.
The cold weather has arrived in Vancouver and snow is in the forecast for the Lower Mainland next weekend. City crews will make consistent, coordinated efforts to keep main throughways clear, including bus routes, bridges, and arterials.
This spring you will be able to recycle paper containers such as milk cartons, Tetra Paks, paper cups, ice cream tubs, and paper/metal containers such as frozen juice cans through the City’s curbside recycling program. In addition, Styrofoam and plastic bags will be accepted at the City’s depots.
Celebrate International Day of Persons with Disabilities. Come out to a special community event that showcases the talent of local artists with disabilities on Tuesday, December 3 at the Roundhouse Community Arts and Recreation Centre.
The City of Vancouver today released its proposed 2014 Operating Budget of $1.2 billion and Capital Budget of $285 million, which outlines how tax dollars are invested across city departments, and the services that residents receive.
Parks and gardens throughout Vancouver are being transformed with family-oriented holiday events and displays during the 2013 holiday season.
The BC government and the City of Vancouver are opening additional winter emergency shelter spaces, providing new rent supplements, and adding more long-term housing supports during the cold and wet weather season for people who are homeless.
Amber Dawn’s How Poetry Saved My Life: A Hustler’s Memoir (Arsenal Pulp Press), a memoir on a woman’s experiences as a sex trade worker, writer, student, and activist is the winner of the 2013 City of Vancouver Book Award.
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