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Archived - Dec 16 — Annual Polar Bear Swim to go online for 2021
The annual Polar Bear Swim will go ahead in 2021, but with an adjustment for physical distancing.
Archived - Dec 14 — Vancouver Park Board and City committed to ending encampment, providing indoor shelter, for those sleeping in Strathcona Park
Park Board, City, and partners are committed to ending the encampment in Strathcona Park as soon as possible.
Archived - Dec 11 — Water, sewer, electrical, and street upgrades on Marine Drive to begin early January
Construction will begin the first week of Jan 2021 to upgrade water, sewer, street, and electrical infrastructure along 5 km of Marine Drive.
Archived - Dec 11 — Events, decisions, and reports at City Council this week
Council met electronically to hear and discuss a variety of topics during Council and Standing Committee on City Finance and Services meetings.
Archived - Dec 10 — City postpones fee on single-use cups and ban on plastic shopping bags to 2022
Businesses have an additional year to prepare for the ban on plastic shopping bags and fee requirements.
Archived - Dec 08 — Council approves 2021 Operating and Capital Budgets
Council approved a $1.6 billion operating budget for 2021 that is lower than our original planned budget for 2020.
Archived - Dec 08 — Park Board achieves target to plant 150,000 trees by 2020, directs staff to increase tree canopy to 30% by 2050
The Vancouver Park Board has achieved its target to plant 150,000 trees by 2020.
Archived - Dec 04 — City to make interim safety and design upgrades to Beach Avenue
In response to COVID-19, we are continuing to provide additional space across Vancouver for people to safely exercise and access services.
Archived - Dec 04 — Settlement brings Balmoral and Regent Hotels into public ownership
We're moving forward with BC Housing on community engagement to revitalize the Downtown Eastside buildings into safe, secure low-income housing.
Archived - Nov 30 — Community projects receive more than $100,000 in funding to help address the overdose crisis
Seven community-led initiatives responding to the overdose emergency have received funding totalling $104,660 to support their vital work.
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