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Archived - Sep 18Council boosts local hiring and purchasing on major projects

An innovative new policy will provide more jobs and training for local residents and ensure diverse local businesses see expanded opportunities.

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Archived - Sep 15158 candidates file for 27 local government positions

A total of 158 candidates have filed their nomination documents to run in the 2018 Vancouver city election.

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Archived - Sep 12City launches first green bond

Today, the City of Vancouver issued its first green bond offering of $85 million to fund environmentally sustainable initiatives and projects, while offering investors competitive returns.

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Archived - Sep 11Dig into a Figgy Fig: array of edible and flowering varieties on offer at Park Board’s annual $10 tree sale

Park Board launches its popular annual fall tree sale today with 1,500 trees available for $10 each.

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Archived - Sep 10Four new bike rack designs designed by residents to be installed around Vancouver

Four winners have been selected for installation as part of the City of Vancouver's bike rack design contest.

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Archived - Sep 05New regulations see 43% reduction in short-term rentals

Short-term rental regulations are now in full effect in Vancouver.

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Archived - Sep 04Broadway Subway officially approved

The extension of rapid transit along the Broadway Corridor is the top priority of the City of Vancouver’s Transportation 2040 plan.

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Archived - Sep 04Nominations open for the 2018 Vancouver city election

Ready to run for office? Nominations for Vancouver Mayor, Council, Park Board, and School Board are now open.

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Archived - Aug 31Remembering hundreds of lives and recognizing community and first responders on International Overdose Awareness Day 2018

City Hall will light up purple as we remember those who died and thank the tireless front line workers as the toxicity of street drugs increases.

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Archived - Aug 30Temporary modular housing approved for 5077 and 5095 Heather Street site

City of Vancouver announced the approval of a development permit to build 98 new temporary modular homes at 5077 and 5095 Heather Street.

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