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Six new artworks focused on pressing issues such as COVID-19, Black Lives Matter, and the overdose crisis will be displayed across the city.
We will reopen 24 community centres on September 8 followed by a phased reopening of eight indoor pools, eight ice rinks, and 14 fitness centres.
We'll welcome an experienced municipal leader to the role of General Manager, Parks and Recreation, Donnie Rosa, on September 28, 2020.
We mark the 20th annual International Overdose Awareness Day on August 31.
The scope of work includes full removal and replacement of the aging asphalt pavement and concrete repairs of the deck.
A new neon artwork by Paul Wong honouring the history of Cantonese migrants now illuminates 475 Main Street.
The Vancouver Police Department will have the authority to enforce provincial health orders with specified penalties such as tickets.
Throughout September and October, eight of the Park Board's nine indoor pools will be open for community and swim club use.
Our volunteer litter cleanup program restarts with additional safety measures to keep volunteers safe and prevent the spread of COVID-19.
We are seeking feedback on temporary road reallocation measures that were implemented in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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