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Archived - Aug 18 — Huge. Rotten. Rare. Corpse Flower, Uncle Fester, bursts forth its putrid bloom
Uncle Fester is now in full bloom. Over the next 24 to 48 hours, the bloom will unleash its rancid odour on all those who dare to catch a whiff.
Archived - Aug 13 — Overnight cooling centre activated in extreme heat warning
In response to the extreme heat alert issued, we will activate an overnight cooling centre running from 10pm until 6am at Gathering Place.
Archived - Aug 11 — Cooling centres open in Vancouver during heat warning
Cooling centres are now open in our community centres and public libraries as part of our Level 1 heat response plan.
Archived - Aug 10 — Public engagement launched for Kitsilano Beach Park Seaside Greenway improvements
The Vancouver Park Board is asking residents for their input to shape new design options for the Seaside Greenway in Kitsilano Beach Park.
Archived - Aug 09 — City Council selects Mike Macdonell as Vancouver's new Auditor General
After a broad recruitment search, Council has appointed Mike Macdonell in the newly created role of Auditor General for the City of Vancouver.
Archived - Aug 04 — Rare corpse flower, Uncle Fester, set to kick up a stink at Bloedel Conservatory
Uncle Fester, the rare corpse flower, returns to Bloedel Conservatory and the suspense is building as we wait to see when it will bloom.
Archived - Jul 30 — City marks Emancipation Day and invites residents to join fight against anti-Black racism and discrimination
We proclaim August 1, 2021 as Emancipation Day, and call on all residents to take action to address anti-Black racism.
Archived - Jul 30 — Stanley Park to temporarily close overnight due to extreme fire risk
The Vancouver Board of Parks and Recreation will be temporarily closing Stanley Park from 10pm to 6am due to extreme fire risk.
Archived - Jul 29 — City funds fifty-seven music projects by Indigenous and underrepresented communities through Vancouver Music Fund
We are working with Creative BC to provide $300,000 in funding to support 57 music projects through the second round of the Vancouver Music Fund.
Archived - Jul 28 — City and Park Board activating additional heat safety measures in response to Environment Canada heat warning
We're putting additional measures in place as part of our heat response plan following the heat warning issued by Environment Canada.
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