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The Rio Theatre

Jul 31City of Vancouver contributes to help #SaveTheRio

A campaign to purchase what has become a cultural landmark in Vancouver has almost reached its goal with a conditional grant approved by Vancouver City Council this week.

Regent Hotel at 160 Hastings St

Jul 30City files notice of expropriation for the Balmoral and Regent hotels

On July 25, the City of Vancouver filed an expropriation notice for the Balmoral and Regent Hotels.

Carnegie Centre

Jul 27Carnegie Centre cafeteria renovations complete

The Carnegie Centre cafeteria reopened its doors earlier this month after undergoing extensive renovations.

Duplex

Jul 26Making Room Program duplex proposal referred to public hearing

Zoning changes that would allow duplexes in most single-family areas across the city will be considered by City Council in the fall.

Honda Celebration of Light fireworks at English Bay with inukshuk to the left

Jul 26Fireworks to light up Vancouver skies starting this Saturday

On July 28, August 1 and 4, large crowds will make their way into the West End, English Bay, and Kitsilano Beach areas to watch the fireworks.

Sea level rise in Vancouver related to climate change

Jul 26Vancouver prepares for flood-related impacts of sea level rise

City Council approved three recommendations, which will prepare the city's vulnerable areas for sea level rise by implementing and planning for coastal flood protection.

Panorama of Vancouver

Jul 26Revitalizing our City for a more resilient future

Council has approved $2.8 billion in capital investments to support the renewal of aging assets and investments in new public infrastructure and amenities.

Laneway house

Jul 24City approves improvements to Laneway Housing Program

Bylaw changes have been approved by Council in a move that will help meet the Housing Vancouver target of providing 4,000 new laneway homes over the next 10 years.

Guitar

Jul 24The show will go on at the Hollywood Theatre

Vancouver’s theatre scene is under the spotlight after a plan to save one of city’s original theatres was approved by Vancouver City Council today.

Workers digging through a First Nations midden (archaeological site) to build road through Stanley Park in 1888

Jul 24Park Board approves landmark colonial audit

The Park Board approved a report outlining its own colonial roots and the ways colonialism has been embedded in its structure and policies since 1888.

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