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Archived - Apr 24 — VanDusen brings back ‘Bridgerton’ with a contemporary cello performance
VanDusen Botanical Garden is hosting Low Strung, a classically-trained cello group from Yale University, for the return of Spring Strings.
Archived - Apr 20 — Watering restrictions start May 1
Starting on May 1, seasonal regulations go into effect limiting lawn watering to one day per week for Vancouver homes and businesses.
Archived - Apr 20 — Park Board and City invite public to help imagine the future of the West End waterfront
Have your say on draft plans for a 30-year vision for the West End’s waterfront parks, beaches, facilities, and transportation network.
Archived - Apr 17 — Dive into your new role as a lifeguard in Vancouver!
Vancouver Aquatics Academy is a lifeguard and swim instructor training program where staff fosters positive relationships with participants.
Archived - Apr 17 — Invasive beetle treatment set to resume this week
Treatment to remove Popillia japonica (Japanese beetles) from Vancouver’s parks and green spaces will begin this week.
Archived - Apr 14 — City of Vancouver provides update on East Hastings
City crews, with the support of the VPD, have been removing entrenched tents and structures in the East Hastings encampment.
Archived - Apr 14 — City’s special event season kicks off this weekend with Vaisakhi Parade and Sun Run
Vancouver’s spring special events season is officially here!
Archived - Apr 13 — City delivers renewable boost for film industry with new clean energy kiosks
Today, the City unveiled its newest clean energy kiosks, designed to deliver renewable, hydro-powered energy to film sets and productions.
Archived - Apr 13 — Roundup of Business at City Council for the week of April 10, 2023
Vancouver City Council met this week to hear and discuss a variety of topics during Council, and Standing Committee on City Finance and Services.
Archived - Apr 12 — City takes next steps to simplify development and support community benefits
Council approved the next steps to increase the number of fixed-rate Community Amenity Contributions (CACs).
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