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Archived - Jun 16 — Temporary transfer station for green waste opens in False Creek
To prevent the spread of Japanese beetle, we have re-opened a temporary transfer station in False Creek.
Archived - Jun 14 — Keep calm and ping pong at the temporary pop-up plaza in Sunset Beach Park
The Vancouver Board of Parks and Recreation opened a temporary pop-up plaza on Sunday, June 13, 2021, in Sunset Beach Park.
Archived - Jun 14 — Public asked to help shape Climate Emergency Parking Program
We are launching the last phase of public engagement on our residential citywide permit parking initiative.
Archived - Jun 11 — City Council ratifies collective agreement with CUPE Local 15
City Council has ratified the terms of a new collective agreement covering inside workers represented by CUPE Local 15.
Archived - Jun 10 — From care packages to podcasts: Grants awarded to organizations working on Vancouver’s homelessness crisis
More than $65,000 is being awarded to non-profits who are challenging the stigma around and provide direct support to homelessness.
Archived - Jun 10 — Events, decisions, and reports at City Council for the week of June 7
Council met to hear and discuss a variety of topics during Council, Public Hearing, and Standing Committee on City Finance and Services meetings.
Archived - Jun 10 — City removes red tape to save 10,000 hours of permit review time
Council approved a set of actions yesterday that will contribute to the effort to improve processing times for development and building permits.
Archived - Jun 01 — City proposes new actions to build rental housing faster
We are seeking public input on new actions that will make it easier and faster to build rental housing across Vancouver.
Archived - May 31 — City's response to the discovery of an unmarked grave at Kamloops Residential School
We join in mourning the 215 children whose remains were confirmed to be on the site of the former Kamloops Indian Residential School.
Archived - May 29 — We all have a role to play: City calls on residents to address racism on Day of Action Against Racism and beyond
May 29 is the Day of Action Against Racism and we invite individuals, businesses, and organizations to take a public stand against racism.
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