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Archived - Aug 17 — Wind Swimmer sculpture returns to Kits Pool
The Wind Swimmer, a mobile sculpture, is back at Kitsilano Pool enjoying her multi-million dollar views!
Archived - Aug 15 — Temporary modular housing approved for 610 and 620 Cambie site
The development permit to build new temporary modular homes at 610 and 620 Cambie St has been approved.
Archived - Aug 15 — City of Vancouver wins national award for digital strategy
We were recognized at the 2018 IT World Canada Digital Transformation Conference and Awards Ceremony, winning in the Large Public Sector Transformation category for our Digital Strategy.
Archived - Aug 14 — Vancouver's Birds return to roost in Olympic Village
Artist Myfanwy MacLeod's The Birds has returned to Olympic Village today ahead of the 27th International Ornithological Congress (IOC 2018)
Archived - Aug 14 — First phase of Stanley Park seawall restoration work finishes this week
The first phase of the largest restoration work on the 101-year-old Stanley Park seawall will be completed the week of August 13, 2018.
Archived - Aug 13 — City’s own diesel fleet transitioning to 100 percent renewable fuel
We have taken a significant step towards achieving its goal of using 100 percent renewable energy sources by entering into a new fuel contract with Suncor.
Archived - Aug 08 — Help us VANquish Collisions during City's first transportation Hackathon!
Calling all developers, designers, data scientists, and strategists: Help us VANquish Collisions!
Archived - Aug 07 — We've built the top six bike rack designs, now you can try them!
A jury panel has narrowed down the final six designs which have been prototyped and will be available for testing as part of our bike rack design contest.
Archived - Aug 04 — Murals and music meet this weekend in Mount Pleasant
The work of 40 local and international artists hits the streets this weekend as the third Vancouver Mural Festival kicks off
Archived - Aug 03 — Vancouver sees worst week of overdose deaths in 2018
Eleven people died of a suspected overdose between July 23 and July 29 showing that the overdose crisis continues to impact Vancouver at alarming rates.
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