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City Hall lit red

Archived - Feb 02Vancouver shows its support for Canadian Athletes

The City of Vancouver will be lighting up some of its landmarks in red to show support for Canada's athletes at the 2018 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games in PyeongChang, South Korea.

Buildings downtown Southeast False Creek

Archived - Feb 02City opens 135 new affordable housing geared towards families

Families seeking affordable housing in Vancouver will now have access to Railyard Housing Co-op, a below-market building in Southeast False Creek with 135 affordable homes.

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Archived - Jan 29Empty Homes Tax declarations due in less than one week

A total of 11% of Vancouver homeowners have not yet submitted their Empty Homes Tax declarations and only have four days left before the February 2 deadline or their properties will be deemed vacant and subject to the Empty Homes Tax.

Vancouver host city candidate for 2026 FIFA World Cup

Archived - Jan 25Vancouver inches closer to being part of 2026 FIFA World Cup

Council will vote on the whether to sign an agreement which represents the next step towards Vancouver becoming a host city for the 2026 FIFA World Cup.

Knight Street and Southeast Marine Drive upgrades

Archived - Jan 23Knight and SE Marine safety improvements near complete

The northbound off-ramp at Knight Street and SE Marine Drive has fully reopened to all traffic. Work to improve the very busy intersection and off-ramp is now near complete.

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Archived - Jan 19City partners with Shaw to expand public’s access to free WiFi

Currently, about 550 free public WiFi locations are currently active, with the remaining locations becoming active over the coming months.

Vancouver Aquarium

Archived - Jan 18Park Board responds to Vancouver Aquarium decision on cetaceans in captivity

The Vancouver Park Board applauds the Vancouver Aquarium's decision that it will end the importation and display of live cetaceans in Stanley Park.

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Archived - Jan 17Council approves Women’s Equity Strategy

City Council approved Vancouver: A City For All Women, Women’s Equity Strategy 2018-2028.

Woman helping to pick up litter from the streets

Archived - Jan 16Seven non-profit organizations to receive street cleaning grants

Vancouver City Council has approved funding for seven local non-profit organizations as part of the City's annual Street Cleaning Grant Program.

Stanley Park Brewing

Archived - Jan 15New restaurant soon to open in historic Stanley Park location

Learn how the new Stanley Park Brewing restaurant will be a positive addition to the park.

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