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Archived - Dec 10 — City sees steady progress in short-term rentals enforcement
Efforts by the City to remove illegal units from the short-term rental market are helping to provide more housing for long-term renters.
Archived - Dec 08 — Chelene Knight wins City of Vancouver’s 30th annual Book Award for Dear Current Occupant
Poet, Memorialist, Editor, and Programming Director Chelene Knight has been presented the prize for Dear Current Occupant (Book*hug).
Archived - Dec 06 — Vancouver takes next steps to prepare for climate change
City Council approved the forward looking recommendations made in the Climate Change Adaptation Strategy Update.
Archived - Dec 03 — City opens warming centres as temperatures drop
In response to extreme cold weather, warming centres are set to open on Monday December 3 and Tuesday December 4 with possible extensions.
Archived - Dec 03 — Celebrate excellence in heritage conservation
The Heritage Awards will be presented in spring 2019. The awards are presented every other year, most recently in 2017.
Archived - Nov 30 — VanDusen Botanical Garden ready to bedazzle once again this holiday season
VanDusen Festival of Lights returns for the 34th year as Vancouver’s premier holiday lighting event.
Archived - Nov 29 — City releases first Empty Homes Tax Annual Report
The City of Vancouver has published an annual report for the first year of the Empty Homes Tax program, including an updated revenue estimate.
Archived - Nov 28 — Vancouver families have a chance to see the 2019 World Junior Hockey Championship thanks to ticket donation program
The Ice Hockey World Junior Championship begins Dec 26. As a result of collaboration between Hockey Canada and the City many groups will be able to attend the event.
Archived - Nov 27 — 2019 City budget funds key priorities
Our proposed $1,516 million operating budget and $371 million budget for new capital projects ensures that important services can be maintained and improved.
Archived - Nov 26 — City wants your King Tides photos to help predict our future shoreline
Extremely high tides known as king tides will lap against Vancouver's shorelines until November 30.
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