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Vigil for victims of Orlando attack

Archived - Jun 13City honours memory of victims in Orlando, Florida

City Hall flies the pride flag at half-mast and is lit with pride flag colours at night in memory of Orlando victims and in support of the LGBTQ community.

Burrard Bridge

Archived - Jun 10Traffic advisory: Burrard-Pacific intersection closed for major work June 11-12

The Burrard-Pacific intersection will be closed for asphalt removal and repaving from 7:00am Saturday, June 11 to 8:00pm Sunday, June 12.

Vancouver Votes - Woman on street

Archived - Jun 06Work of independent election task force under way

The citizen task force will work to improve public confidence in the municipal election process and aim to increase voter turnout to at least 60% by 2025.

Downtown Vancouver skyline

Archived - Jun 02City moves one step closer to a low carbon future

We signed the Pacific North America Climate Leadership Agreement about west coast governments partnering to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and promote a clean energy economy.

Preferred design for the future park at Richards and Smithe

Archived - May 31First new downtown park in more than a decade as Park Board approves innovative design for Smithe and Richards

The park will feature an elevated walkway with bird’s-eye views of the entire park and large overhead arches for specialty lighting and art installations.

Hot dry summer requires residents to be waterwise

Archived - May 30Don't let the cooler weather fool you! Watering restrictions still in place

We encourage you to be water wise all summer, and the number one thing you can do to make a difference is reduce outdoor watering.

Greenest City Scholars 2016

Archived - May 27Welcoming our 100th Greenest City Scholar this year

Since its inauguration seven years ago, the Greenest City Scholars Program has connected 100 University of British Columbia (UBC) graduate students with the City to perform meaningful research on sustainability initiatives.

Illustration of family-housing development at 2910 East Kent Ave S

Archived - May 25Vancouver Land Trust partnership to create 358 units of affordable housing on City-owned sites

Families and seniors in need of affordable housing will benefit from the new rental and co-op homes in Kensington and Killarney, available in 2017 and 2018.

Vancouver is part of 100 Resilient Cities

Archived - May 24City of Vancouver selected to join 100 Resilient Cities global network

City amongst final group of cities selected in competitive grant process, gaining access to international network of tools and partnerships to build resilience.

Mobi bike

Archived - May 20Introducing Mobi, bikes we share

The name selected for Vancouver’s new bike share program to launch this summer is Mobi (pronounced moe-bee). Discounted memberships available until June 30.

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