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Events, decisions, and reports at City Council for the week of February 7, 2022

February 10 2022 –

Vancouver City Council met electronically this week to hear and discuss a variety of topics during Council and Standing Committee on City Finance and Services.

Tuesday, February 8

This week’s Council opened with the Mayor reading the Black History Month proclamation.

The Council then gave approval on consent of the following communication, reports, and referral reports:

Council then approved the following reports:

Council approved the motions to refer the following to public hearing:

Council also approved by-laws 1 to 20 (3 MB).

Council then approved the following administrative motions and Council members' motions:

The following motions were referred to the Standing Committee on City Finance and Services on Wednesday, February 9, to hear from speakers:

Wednesday, February 9

The Standing Committee on City Finance and Services opened with a proclamation recognizing Pink Shirt Day to stand against bullying.

The Standing Committee approved the following:

The next regular meeting of Council is scheduled for Tuesday, March 1, at 9:30am.

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Councillor Adriane Carr

“I am thrilled with Council’s unanimous support of my motion to align Vancouver’s 2023-2026 capital plan with increased climate emergency action,” said Councillor Adriane Carr. “Having experienced, just in the last six months, a lethal heat dome, ‘atmospheric river’ of rain and record sub-zero temperatures, Vancouverites know their future is looking grim if we don’t tackle the climate emergency now. Last fall, City staff informed Council that we don’t have enough money budgeted for the measures needed to meet our GHG-reduction goals; measures like retrofitting community centres and libraries in every neighbourhood so people have safe places in times of extreme heat or cold. Council’s vote helps put Vancouver back on track.”