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The City of Vancouver is encouraged by today’s ruling from the Supreme Court that Canada’s carbon pricing law is constitutional.
In accordance with the Financial Information Act, we've prepared our annual Statement of Financial Information (SOFI) report.
Starting this week, we'll begin water, electrical, and street infrastructure upgrades along Robson St from Granville St to Beatty St.
We reaffirm that we will continue to name and take action against racism, misogyny, criminalization of sex work, and all forms of discrimination.
Washroom facilities and jobs for people who typically have limited access in the Downtown South and DTES neighbourhoods are created.
Council met to discuss a variety of topics during Council, Public Hearing, and Standing Committee on Policy and Strategic Priorities meetings.
Mar 11 — Vancouver Board of Parks and Recreation to create temporary bike path on Park Drive in Stanley Park
Vancouver Board of Parks and Recreation staff have been directed to implement a temporary bike path on Park Drive in Stanley Park for 2021.
City Hall and other civic facilities are flying the Canadian flag at half-mast from dawn to dusk today, in memory of lives taken by COVID-19.
We are seeking feedback on how we can integrate spaces, places, and services to create a renewed Britannia Community Services Centre.
We are reaffirming its commitment to advance gender equity under new objectives and actions.
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