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Archived - Oct 24 — Guiding Principles set direction for the Broadway Plan
A set of guiding principles for planning the area of Broadway between Clark Dr and Vine St has been endorsed by City Council.
Archived - Oct 24 — Vancouver Landfill now approved to produce Renewable Natural Gas
The City of Vancouver and FortisBC have received regulatory approval to produce Renewable Natural Gas at the City’s landfill in Delta.
Archived - Oct 22 — Enhanced sustainable burial practices approved for Mountain View Cemetery
Vancouver City Council approved by-law amendments to strengthen the sustainable burial practices followed at the city’s only cemetery.
Archived - Oct 22 — New grant program to increase affordability of housing projects in Vancouver
Vancouver renters will benefit from deeper affordability in their homes following the approval of a new housing grant program by Council today.
Archived - Oct 22 — City invests in non-profit sector to build community and organizational capacity, address poverty, and support innovative projects
Today, Vancouver City Council approved $842,500 in Social Policy grants.
Archived - Oct 21 — Robert Watt and Susan Point win 2019 Book Award for People Among the People
The City of Vancouver announced Robert Watt’s People Among The People as the 2019 Book Award winner.
Archived - Sep 10 — Fall is the best time to plant a tree and the Park Board has $10 trees for sale
The Park Board’s popular semi-annual tree sale starts September 10 with trees available to Vancouver residents for just $10 each.
Archived - Jan 30 — 58 West Hastings rezoning approved by Council
Proposed plans for the site will see more than 200 units of social housing for lower-income residents in the Downtown Eastside
Archived - Nov 08 — Installation of heritage-style lamp posts and suicide prevention fencing on Burrard Bridge starts this week
Construction of new heritage-style lamp posts and installation of new suicide prevention fencing will begin this November on the west side of the Burrard Bridge.
Archived - Sep 14 — Vancouver poised to take next steps on Empty Homes Tax
City on track to implement proposed tax by 2017, aiming to put 10,000+ empty and underutilized homes back into Vancouver’s rental market.
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