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Archived - Jul 01Here comes the fun: Seven hot summer day camps from the Park Board

The Vancouver Park Board has compiled a few suggestions on unique and affordable camps for kids this summer.

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Archived - Jun 30See a map of patios with extended hours

See a map of restaurants with patios that will keep outdoor spaces open until 1:00am.

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.

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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".

Langara Golf Course

Archived - Jun 23Langara Golf Course – the oldest public golf course in BC – celebrates its 90th birthday on June 26

Langara Golf Course, the oldest public golf course in BC, turns 90 this weekend and we're celebrating with prizes, a history talk, and some employee recognition.

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Archived - Jun 22Due to a possible postal disruption, choose other options than mail

In the event of a possible Canada Post service disruption, there are many options available to ensure payments are received by the City on time. Property taxes are due July 5.

Vancouver International Jazz Festival at 800 Robson

Archived - Jun 22Jazz Fest is coming to Robson Square

On June 24, 2016, 800 Robson Street will be closed to vehicle traffic, as the organizers of the TD Vancouver International Jazz Festival begin to set up for performances starting on June 25th.

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.

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