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Archived - Jul 23 — Events, decisions, and reports at City Council for the week of July 19
Council met to hear and discuss a variety of topics during Council, Public Hearing, and Standing Committee on City Finance and Services meetings.
Archived - Jul 22 — Free Swim to Survive event teaches life-saving water skills to children
Swim to Survive is a free, one day course that teaches water awareness and life-saving skills to children held at New Brighton pool on July 25.
Archived - Jul 20 — Proposed housing project for Indigenous families and seniors to be supported by Empty Homes Tax revenue
We're combining revenue from the Empty Homes Tax with non-profit expertise to help deliver housing for Indigenous families and seniors.
Archived - Jul 20 — City of Vancouver responds to calls from community with new Equity Framework
With the adoption of the Equity Framework, we are making a significant commitment to move in the direction of equity as one organization.
Archived - Jul 14 — Public invited to share feedback on City’s 2022 spending priorities
You are invited to share your thoughts on municipal spending priorities for 2022, as part of our annual budget engagement process.
Archived - Jul 09 — Events, decisions, and reports at City Council for the week of July 5
Council met to discuss a variety of topics during Council, Public Hearing, and Standing Committee on Policy and Strategic Priorities meetings.
Archived - Jul 09 — Vancouver welcomes HSBC Canada Sevens back to the playing field
Vancouver will be hosting the return of an HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series event on September 18-19 at BC Place.
Archived - Jul 09 — Lease renewals agreed for co-ops on City land to ensure affordable housing for generations to come
Council approved a methodology for land lease renewals for co-ops on public land this week.
Archived - Jul 07 — Alcohol in Parks Pilot launched for summer
From July 12 to October 11 this year, drinking alcohol will be permitted within designated sites of 22 Vancouver parks.
Archived - Jul 06 — More Electric Vehicle (EV) charging stalls in new non-residential buildings will be plug-in ready to meet increasing needs
Council has approved requirements to expand access to EV charging, as more residents and fleet managers transition to electric vehicles.
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