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Survivor Pole

Archived - Jun 28Park Board accepts donation of unique public art dedicated to survivors

The Park Board is accepting the donation of a Survivor's Totem Pole dedicated to survivors of injustice. Learn more about its design and location.

Stanley Park totem poles

Archived - Jun 27Vancouver Park Board launches new Stanley Park digital map and guide

The online map puts all you need to plan your Stanley Park visit in one place: activities, sightseeing, food and gifts, transportation, and trails.

Empty room

Archived - Jun 23Vancouver takes next steps on taxing empty homes

A report coming to Council next week outlines next steps for the implementation of a tax on empty homes.

Vancouver skyline at sunset

Archived - Jun 23City takes actions to enhance openness and transparency

We will be acting on all 12 recommendations outlined by the Office of the Information & Privacy Commissioner in its audit and compliance report "City of Vancouver Duty to Assist".

Oil tanker in Burrard Inlet © Elise DeCola

Archived - Jun 20City launches judicial review of Kinder Morgan’s pipeline expansion

We've asked the Federal Court of Appeal to review the National Energy Board's conditional recommendation of Kinder Morgan's pipeline expansion that was invalid and unlawful.

Vancouver City Hall sign

Archived - Jun 15Innovation Fund investments to support St. Paul’s Mental Health Hub and Healthy City goals

Today, City staff will be presenting a report to Council recommending investments from the Innovation Fund to support much needed projects ranging from a civic Solutions Lab to a St. Paul’s Mental Health Hub.

Marpole-Oakridge Community Centre

Archived - Jun 14Vancouver Park Board approves existing site for new Marpole-Oakridge Community Centre

We'll start a community engagement and planning process for the renewed community centre and aim to start construction in 2018.

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.

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