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Archived - Aug 301st Avenue reopened to traffic as gas line upgrades near completion in Vancouver

1st Ave from Nanaimo St to Clark Dr fully reopened to traffic as FortisBC completes their work in the area as part of their Gas Line Upgrades.

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Archived - Aug 29City to install 140+ additional curb ramps throughout Vancouver

Starting this September, we will install approximately 140 additional curb ramps throughout Vancouver to improve sidewalk access along routes to transit.

Kitsilano Pool will host Swim to Survive day on July 22

Archived - Aug 27Season extended at Kits and New Brighton pools after another record summer

The Vancouver Park Board is extending the season at Kits Pool through Sept. 23 and New Brighton Pool through Sept. 9.

A woman and child playing ping-pong on the Arbutus Greenway

Archived - Aug 24Arbutus Greenway buzzing with summer activities

The Arbutus Greenway temporary path has quickly become one of Vancouver’s many treasures.

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Archived - Aug 212018 municipal election nomination packages still available

​Planning to run for office? Nomination packages are still available for the October municipal election.

People cycling on the protected bike lane near Point Grey Road at Macdonald Street

Archived - Aug 17July cycling numbers reach peak volumes on five major bike routes

Cycling numbers have continued to grow, with July breaking records on five major bike routes across the city.

Wind Swimmer

Archived - Aug 17Wind Swimmer sculpture returns to Kits Pool

The Wind Swimmer, a mobile sculpture, is back at Kitsilano Pool enjoying her multi-million dollar views!

modular housing interior

Archived - Aug 15Temporary modular housing approved for 610 and 620 Cambie site

The development permit to build new temporary modular homes at 610 and 620 Cambie St has been approved.

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Archived - Aug 15City of Vancouver wins national award for digital strategy

We were recognized at the 2018 IT World Canada Digital Transformation Conference and Awards Ceremony, winning in the Large Public Sector Transformation category for our Digital Strategy.

People restoring the wall at Third Beach

Archived - Aug 14First phase of Stanley Park seawall restoration work finishes this week

The first phase of the largest restoration work on the 101-year-old Stanley Park seawall will be completed the week of August 13, 2018.

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