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Archived - May 11 — No place for hate in Vancouver: City responds to anti-Asian hate crimes and findings of Bloomberg report
The City is saddened and angered by anti-Asian hate crimes and reiterates that there is no place for racism, hate, and violence in Vancouver.
Archived - May 07 — Vancouver Bird Celebration marks 10th anniversary with webinars, talks, lectures, and exhibitions
Look, linger and listen during Vancouver Bird Celebration (formerly known as Vancouver Bird Week) May 8 to 16.
Archived - May 07 — City approves record number of housing units in 2020
The City is firmly on track to deliver 72,000 new homes by 2027 as part of the ambitious Housing Vancouver strategy.
Archived - May 06 — Vancouver Board of Parks and Recreation opening temporary separated bike path in Kitsilano Beach Park
The Vancouver Board of Parks and Recreation is making safety improvements to Kitsilano Beach Park.
Archived - May 05 — Plan for safer, more accessible transportation through Stanley Park beginning May
The Vancouver Park Board is launching a phased approach to bike, drive, and roll through Stanley Park in time for spring and summer months.
Archived - Apr 30 — Lawn watering restrictions go into effect May 1
The annual Stage 1 lawn watering restrictions set by Metro Vancouver will be in effect starting Saturday, May 1.
Archived - Apr 30 — More than 180 people moved from Strathcona Park into accommodation by GM Order deadline
The vast majority of people who had been sleeping overnight in Strathcona Park have been moved into safe and secure accommodation.
Archived - Apr 29 — 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 Finances and Services meetings.
Archived - Apr 28 — Council confirms appointment of Theresa O’Donnell as new director of planning
Council appointed Theresa O’Donnell as Vancouver’s new director of planning and general manager of Planning, Urban Design, and Sustainability.
Archived - Apr 27 — Park Board creating meadows in parks and boulevards throughout city
We're piloting 37 hectares of naturalized and wildflower meadows in parks, golf courses, and boulevards throughout Vancouver this year.
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