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Archived - Nov 18 — City of Vancouver protects SRO hotel tenants with new rent increase limits
New measures aiming to prevent rising rents in private Single Room Occupancy (SRO) hotels have been approved by Council today.
Archived - Nov 18 — Events, decisions, and reports at City Council for the week of November 15
Vancouver City Council met virtually this week to hear and discuss a variety of topics.
Archived - Nov 16 — City invests $2.25 million in elevating and celebrating the cultural diversity of Vancouver
$2.25 million in grants is coming to 106 non-profit cultural organizations and seven local artists.
Archived - Nov 09 — Remembrance Day ceremony will be livestreamed
A modified version of Vancouver’s annual Remembrance Day ceremony will be held at 10:30am on Thursday, November 11.
Archived - Nov 08 — Fifth year of Empty Homes Tax gets under way
Residential property owners in Vancouver can now make their Empty Homes Tax (EHT) property status declaration for the 2021 tax year.
Archived - Nov 05 — City urges caution on the roads with darker days, rain, and more people commuting
This weekend, we turn our clocks back one hour to mark the end of Daylight Savings Time, which means shortened daylight hours.
Archived - Nov 04 — Broadway Plan presents refined directions for public feedback on future growth and change
Broadway Plan launches public engagement this week with a virtual open house that presents Refined Directions for how the area could change.
Archived - Nov 04 — Events, decisions, and reports at City Council for the week of November 1, 2021
Council met this week to discuss a variety of topics during Council and Standing Committee on Policy and Strategic Priorities meetings.
Archived - Nov 03 — City’s climate plan highlights some early success along with need to ramp up ambition to meet targets
City Council received the first annual report on our Climate Emergency Action Plan, alongside the final Greenest City Action Plan update.
Archived - Nov 01 — Platforms: We Are Here, Live brings 23 new temporary public art works to Vancouver streets
Throughout November, residents and visitors can view the first of 23 new public art installations on platforms across Vancouver.
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