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Boater driving his motorboat across False Creek

Archived - Aug 15Boaters encouraged to pump, not dump

The City of Vancouver and the Park Board have launched a free mobile pump-out service in False Creek to increase access to sewage disposal facilities and help improve water quality.

Mural on side of building: three people jumping on a sidewalk with the writing - we take care of each other

Archived - Aug 11Celebrate public art, music, food, and family activities at Vancouver Mural Festival

Continuing its commitment to maintaining and enhancing Vancouver's arts and culture scene, the City of Vancouver is supporting Vancouver Mural Festival, now in its second year.

Block party table with food and water

Archived - Aug 11City streets in high use for fun, community, and creativity this August

Summer event and filming are in full swing at the City with more than 81 events and 70 productions planning to use portions of Vancouver’s streets in August. Residents and visitors are encouraged to participate in the festivities and to plan ahead when travelling around the City.

City Hall's 12th Avenue entrance

Archived - Aug 11Statement regarding 1550 West 29 Avenue

City staff have met with the owners on many occasions to try and find a solution to the issues relating to 1550 West 29th Avenue but are limited as to the action they can take.

 Mobi-Mat allows those with mobility challenges to enjoy the ocean

Archived - Aug 09Beaches for all: Park Board launches beach mat pilot project at English Bay

Mobi-Mat allows those with mobility challenges to enjoy the ocean.

Person playing the piano at the Bute-Robson Trial Plaza

Archived - Aug 08Surprise and Delight: Five new public spaces to enjoy this summer

While you are out enjoying the city this summer on a walk, roll, or bike ride, consider stopping by one of five photogenic new public spaces recently installed across the city.

Microphone from speaker's point of view looking at audience

Archived - Aug 08Nomination packages available for candidates running in by-election

Information packages for candidates running in the October 14 by-election are now available online and at City Hall on the third floor in the City Clerk’s Office.

Chief Sparrow from Musqueam Nation, H. Jody Wilson-Raybould Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, Mayor Gregor Robertson, City of Vancouver, Chief Maureen Thomas, Tsleil-Waututh Nation and Karen Joseph from Reconciliation Canada

Archived - Aug 05The Drum is Calling Festival in numbers

During nine days, close to 40,000 attendees enjoyed the diverse offerings of First Nations, Inuit, and Métis artists, performers, storytellers, chefs, dancers, drummers, artisans, filmmakers, designers, writers, activists, young leaders, and elders.

Group of people being trained to give Naloxone

Archived - Aug 04Two overdose deaths reported for the week of July 24

The Vancouver Police Department reported a suspected two overdose deaths for the week of July 24, down from three reported the previous week.

Person drinking water from water fountain

Archived - Aug 04Beat the heat this long weekend

As the region continues to experience high temperatures and reduced air quality, the City of Vancouver is expanding its services so that residents and visitors are safe over the long weekend.

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