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Archived - Nov 27 — Underrepresented groups benefit from more than $800K in culture grants
Council approved $885,250 in cultural grants, which will offer support for local artists and underrepresented communities.
Archived - Nov 27 — Vancouver City Council approves 25% increase in Empty Homes Tax rate for 2020
City Council directed staff to amend the Vacancy Tax by-law to increase the Empty Homes Tax rate (currently 1.0%) to 1.25% for the 2020 tax year.
Archived - Nov 25 — City releases draft 2020 budget ahead of December 3 special Council meeting
We've published our Draft 2020 Budget and Five-Year Financial Plan, to be considered by City Council at a special Council meeting on December 3.
Archived - Nov 20 — Public invited to share views on billboards and electronic signage in the city
Billboards, advertising signs, and electronic signage are the focus of the next phase of our review of the Sign By-law.
Archived - Nov 20 — Almost $40 million in Empty Homes Tax revenue collected to date is funding affordable housing initiatives
Since the Empty Homes Tax was launched, the program has created $39.7 million in net revenue to fund affordable housing.
Archived - Nov 18 — New Aquatic Centre ferry dock coming to Sunset Beach
We will begin in-water construction on a new and improved ferry dock at Sunset Beach below the Vancouver Aquatic Centre.
Archived - Nov 18 — Vancouver newcomer youth have their say on civic engagement
A group of newcomer youth is helping address specific barriers to civic engagement following participation in the Youth Civics 101 program.
Archived - Nov 15 — Vancouver Park Board to begin annual rock scaling work in Stanley Park
Vancouver Park Board to begin annual rock scaling work in Stanley Park; portion of seawall to be closed
Archived - Nov 14 — City invites all to share in Planning Vancouver Together
We're reaching out to all who live, work, and play in Vancouver to share their voice in the city-wide planning process.
Archived - Nov 08 — Installation of heritage-style lamp posts and suicide prevention fencing on Burrard Bridge starts this week
Construction of new heritage-style lamp posts and installation of new suicide prevention fencing will begin this November on the west side of the Burrard Bridge.
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