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Archived - May 18 — Vancouver Parks and Rec is ready to dive into another outdoor pool and beach season
We will open two of our outdoor pools, and staff beaches with lifeguards to help people enjoy time in and around the city’s waters this summer.
Archived - May 17 — Alcohol in Parks Pilot relaunches for summer 2022
You will be able to enjoy an alcoholic beverage with family and friends in 22 of our city’s parks, as the program relaunches for summer 2022.
Archived - May 13 — Vancouver Bird Celebration takes flight with program of workshops, talks, exhibitions, and guided walks
Vancouver Bird Celebration is back with a two-week program spotlighting some of the province’s most fabulous feathered friends.
Archived - May 12 — VanDusen Botanical Garden brings Bridgerton to Vancouver with contemporary cello performance
VanDusen Botanical Garden is hosting Low Strung, a classically-trained cello group from Yale University, on Saturday, May 28 at 2pm.
Archived - May 11 — Stanley Park welcomes first heron chicks of the season
Thirteen newly hatched chicks have been identified through Stanley Park Ecology Society’s latest survey on the colony.
Archived - May 11 — Vancouver Election Office hiring more than 1,500 election officials
Vancouver Election Office is hiring 1,500 election officials to assist voters at voting places across the city during the election period.
Archived - May 10 — Park Board launches #MoveForHealthVan contest for Global Move for Health Day
To celebrate our parks and trails, we're hosting #MoveforHealthVan, a contest where residents can post about or log activity to win prizes.
Archived - Apr 29 — Busy season of special events and road work returns to Vancouver
We are preparing for the return of many of Vancouver’s signature special events and for summer construction.
Archived - Apr 29 — Events, decisions, and reports at City Council for the week of April 25, 2022
Vancouver City Council met electronically this week to hear and discuss a variety of topics.
Archived - Apr 28 — Share your thoughts on City’s draft 2023-2026 Capital Plan
The draft 2023-2026 Capital Plan proposes an investment of $3.4 billion in infrastructure and amenities to support the delivery of City services.
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