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Archived - Mar 11 — City of Vancouver marks one year since COVID-19 declared global pandemic
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.
Archived - Mar 10 — Public invited to provide input on renewal of Britannia Community Services Centre
We are seeking feedback on how we can integrate spaces, places, and services to create a renewed Britannia Community Services Centre.
Archived - Mar 10 — Vancouver moving into Phase 2 of Women’s Equity Strategy
We are reaffirming its commitment to advance gender equity under new objectives and actions.
Archived - Mar 10 — Pandemic drives down Vancouver vehicle traffic and collisions in 2020
COVID-19 has had a significant impact on the daily travel routines of Vancouver residents based on data collected by our Transportation Division.
Archived - Mar 09 — Bee strong at VanDusen Botanical Garden during spring break
VanDusen Botanical Garden is launching Guardians of the Garden, a new program to educate and connect children with nature.
Archived - Mar 09 — Renter Services grants provide boost to organizations supporting and advocating for renters
Today, Council approved $575,000 in grants to support the efforts of non-profit organizations that are supporting renters across Vancouver.
Archived - Mar 09 — More than $9 million of funding approved for organizations creating a safer and more equitable Vancouver
Council approved $9,000,730 of grants for funding social service organizations.
Archived - Mar 05 — Vancouver adds 35 more rental homes to the west side, including below market homes for city renters
The building at 3084 W 4th Ave (and Balaclava) contains a total of 35 rental units, including eight moderate income units.
Archived - Mar 04 — Temporary modular supportive housing approved for 1580 Vernon Drive
A development permit to build two buildings for a total of 98 new temporary modular supportive homes at 1580 Vernon Dr has been approved.
Archived - Mar 03 — Applications now open for $300,000 Vancouver Music Fund
The Vancouver Music Fund provides direct support to Indigenous and underrepresented musicians, artists, and groups in Vancouver’s music sector.
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