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People at the Commerical Drive Parklet

Jul 06Summer patios - get outside!

Patio season is in full swing, and locals and tourists alike can enjoy patios at restaurants throughout Vancouver this summer.

Temporary modular housing unit

Jul 03215 West 1st Avenue being considered as a site for temporary modular housing

The City of Vancouver and BC Government have taken the latest step towards creating 600 new homes for Vancouver's residents who are homeless.

Ribbon cutting at the opening of the Killarney Seniors Centre

Jun 2810,000 square-foot Killarney Seniors Centre now officially open

The long-awaited Killarney Seniors Centre opened today with a community celebration attended by hundreds of seniors, family, and friends.

Child wearing a life jacket

Jun 27Swim to Survive Day: free drowning prevention courses in July for Vancouver youth

The Vancouver Park Board and the BC and Yukon Lifesaving Society are joining forces this summer to train Vancouver youth in essential drowning prevention skills.

City Hall with caption Vancouver Votes

Jun 21Come to a Candidate 101 info session

Learn all about the duties of elected officials, plus details about the 2018 municipal election process.

Vancouver Symphony Orchestra

Jun 21Vancouver Park Board and Vancouver Symphony Orchestra present first-ever ”Symphony At Sunset,” a free, open-air concert July 14th at Sunset Beach Park

The Vancouver Symphony Orchestra and Park Board today announced a unique collaboration to present a free, open-air concert at Sunset Beach Park July 14th.

Laneway house

Jun 21City endorses Making Room program to increase housing choices in Vancouver

Council endorsed the launch of a new program called Making Room, which will transform low density neighbourhoods by adding housing choice to neighbourhoods across the city.

West end of vancouver with snow capped mountains

Jun 21City approves plans to transform how affordable housing is delivered across Vancouver

Council approved the creation of a $2-billion Vancouver Affordable Housing Endowment Fund, which will have a clear mandate to preserve and grow affordable housing in the city.

Regent Hotel at 160 Hastings St

Jun 20Province provides better housing as City closes Regent Hotel

It has been determined that the structural and life-safety deficiencies at the Regent Hotel constitute an unsafe condition.

Doors of Vancouver City Hall

Jun 19The City is extremely disappointed that the Kettle Boffo project will not be going ahead

A rezoning application was not submitted, therefore Community Amenity Contributions were not determined and the negotiations were not completed.

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