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Vacant apartment with blue walls and no furniture

Archived - Nov 17 Vancouver approves Empty Homes Tax in effort to increase rental housing supply

Council has approved a program that will introduce a 1% tax on empty homes. Most Vancouver homeowners, including snowbirds, will not have to pay the Tax. Find out more.

greenest-city-2020

Archived - Nov 17Council approves two innovative green proposals

Learn about our new Electric Vehicle Ecosystem Strategy and renewed Greenest City Fund that will help Vancouver become the world's greenest city by 2020.

Hotel Georgia, 2013 Heritage Award winner

Archived - Nov 10City invites Heritage Award nominations for outstanding conservation efforts

Tell us about people and organizations that further the goal of heritage conservation, awareness, or other efforts in Vancouver.

Empty room

Archived - Nov 09Vancouver introduces Empty Homes Tax framework as rental housing crisis persists

Vancouver will have an Empty Homes Tax in place by effective January 1, 2017, with staff reporting on the Tax’s next steps to Council on Tuesday.

Burrard Bridge

Archived - Nov 08Installation 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.

Naloxone kit

Archived - Nov 08City and partners host Naloxone and overdose response training event

We are hosting with our partners a Naloxone and overdose response public training event on November 9 in response to the current public health crisis related to rising rates of overdose deaths across the province. Find out more.

People in car at a gas station in the 1950s

Archived - Nov 04City of Vancouver Archives announces historical film screening

The seventh annual screening of historical films from the City of Vancouver Archives will be presented at the Vancity Theatre November 20 and 27.

Survivors Totem Pole

Archived - Nov 03Survivors Totem Pole set to rise in Pigeon Park with Park Board support

View the pole raising ceremony on Saturday at 11:30am. The Park Board supports the installation of Survivors Totem Pole symbolizing community resilience.

Victory Square Remembrance Day ceremony

Archived - Nov 02Complimentary City parking for Veterans with plates

Vehicles with BC veteran licence plates will be exempt from parking fees at City of Vancouver parking meters, in EasyPark parkades, and surface lots, as well as in Park Board operated parking facilities for Veterans Week, November 4 to 11, 2016.

Sea level rise in Vancouver related to climate change

Archived - Oct 27Vancouver proactively plans for sea level rise over the next century

Get an update on our preparations for sea level rise and coastal flooding risks, as part of our Climate Change Adaptation Strategy.

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