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Archived - May 28 — New 24/7 shelter provides safe, warm beds in Vancouver
A new homeless crisis shelter located at 875 Terminal Ave providing 60 safe spaces with access to meals, showers, and laundry, opens tomorrow.
Archived - May 25 — City launches I Love Broadway Campaign ahead of Broadway Subway construction
We're reminding residents that their favourite Broadway businesses are open during construction of the Broadway Subway Project.
Archived - May 23 — Cornelia Hahn Oberlander honoured with Freedom of the City Award
Council has bestowed the Freedom of the City Award on Cornelia Hahn Oberlander, CC, OBC.
Archived - May 21 — Council waives 2021 patio permit fees
City Council voted this week to waive all annual 2021 patio permit fees for small and large patios across Vancouver.
Archived - May 20 — Events, decisions, and reports at City Council for the week of May 17
Council met to discuss a variety of topics during Council, Public Hearing, and Standing Committee on Policy and Strategic Priorities meetings.
Archived - May 19 — Public invited to provide input on redesign of Chinatown Memorial Square
Chinatown Memorial Square will undergo a redesign to improve it as an accessible public space that enhances the community’s culture and history.
Archived - May 19 — We're on the hunt for something novel: authors and publishers, submit your stories for the 2020 and 2021 City Of Vancouver Book Awards
Submissions are now open for the 2020 and 2021 City of Vancouver Book Awards which recognize books that deepen our understanding of Vancouver.
Archived - May 18 — Pools, lifeguards, and On Water pilot: outdoor aquatic season back with a splash
We will open four outdoor pools, staff ten beaches with lifeguards, and launch the On Water pilot for people to safely enjoy this summer.
Archived - May 18 — From parking to play: new childcare centres set to open atop underutilized Gastown parkades
Two new childcare facilities will open in Gastown and provide 74 much-needed spaces for Vancouver families.
Archived - May 18 — Vancouver City Council apologizes for Komagata Maru racism
Council declared Sunday, May 23, as the first Komagata Maru Remembrance Day to be marked by the City of Vancouver.
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