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People restoring the wall at Third Beach

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.

Fleet of electric vehicles

Aug 13City’s own diesel fleet transitioning to 100 percent renewable fuel

We have taken a significant step towards achieving its goal of using 100 percent renewable energy sources by entering into a new fuel contract with Suncor.

Illustration of pedestrians, cyclists, children, and seniors with Vancouver skyline behind

Aug 08Help us VANquish Collisions during City's first transportation Hackathon!

Calling all developers, designers, data scientists, and strategists: Help us VANquish Collisions!

“Bringing Light to Darkness” led by Indigenous artists Larissa Healey & Shadae Rose J., with the support of many youth

Aug 04Murals and music meet this weekend in Mount Pleasant

The work of 40 local and international artists hits the streets this weekend as the third Vancouver Mural Festival kicks off

Checking blood pressure

Aug 03Vancouver sees worst week of overdose deaths in 2018

Eleven people died of a suspected overdose between July 23 and July 29 showing that the overdose crisis continues to impact Vancouver at alarming rates.

Temporary modular housing unit

Aug 01Union St at Gore Ave being considered as a site for temporary modular housing

If approved, this newest site at 898 Main St would bring the City and the Province to their goal of 600 new temporary modular homes.

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.

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