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The City of Vancouver is launching an interactive photomap, curated by BlackArt Gastown and hosted on vancouver.ca, to mark Black History Month.
Jan 28 — Vancouver Board of Parks and Recreation supports community groups with funding for projects that will creatively enhance parks
Eleven new projects that creatively enhance parks and build community connections have received funding.
The new childcare centre will provide full-time and preschool spaces, and 20 spaces of before and after school care for Tennyson students.
We're asking for input on permit parking in all residential neighbourhoods.
As of January 25, 87% of residential property owners in Vancouver had submitted their Empty Homes Tax (EHT) declaration for 2020.
Snow and freezing temperatures are in the forecast this weekend.
The Vancouver Board of Parks and Recreation is launching a public education campaign to educate the public about co-existing with coyotes.
Council met electronically to hear and discuss a variety of topics during Council and Standing Committee on City Finance and Services meetings.
The new code of conduct by-law will provide greater clarity, new tools including informal dispute resolution, and increased transparency.
Pirate ships, tree houses, trampolines, hill slides, play kitchens, and spider web nets are keeping children entertained at six new playgrounds.
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