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Downtown Vancouver waterfront

May 15Creative City Strategy early findings shape vision for culture and creativity in Vancouver

City Staff presented an update to Council on the early findings that will shape the Creative City Strategy.

Apartments in the Vancouver's West End

May 14Four days remain to share ideas for Empty Homes Tax investments

The City launched an online platform asking Vancouver residents to share their own ideas and like or comment on the ideas posted on the platform.

False Creek Flats view of the tracks

May 14Jefferson Center to convene Community Panel to inform selection of a new arterial through False Creek Flats

The Jefferson Center will convene a community panel that will help to inform a new arterial alignment through the False Creek Flats.

View of modular home at 220 Terminal Ave

May 09688 Cambie Street being considered as a site for temporary modular housing

We have taken steps towards creating 600 new homes for homeless residents with the proposed addition of 100 new temporary modular homes at 688 Cambie St.

People walking along Millbank and the Seawall in False Creek South

May 09Next phase of False Creek South process to address resident leases

Our goal is to prioritize retaining existing community members, protect vulnerable residents, and create affordable and diverse housing options.

West end of vancouver with snow capped mountains

May 04VAHA and City announce Community Land Trust will build 1,000 units of affordable rental housing on City land

Community Land Trust (CLT) will develop seven sites of City-owned land, resulting in approximately 1,000 new affordable rental units.

Trees lining a street

May 03Park Board and City Grow the urban forest: 100,000 new trees and counting

We have passed the milestone of 100,000 new trees planted in Vancouver since 2010 and are closing in on the civic goal of 150,000 new trees by 2020.

vehicles and people along Granville Street

May 02City’s updated Liquor Policy increases support for local businesses, arts and cultural organizations, and public health and safety

Council has enacted bylaws to support businesses, promote public health, and align with provincial regulations by updating our Liquor Policy.

Rendering of Cambie Corridor

May 02Phase 3 of Cambie Corridor Plan approved by Council

City Council approved the Cambie Corridor Phase 3 Plan, which will transform single-family neighbourhoods.

City Hall's 12th Avenue entrance

May 01City of Vancouver celebrates one year as a Living Wage employer

In 2017, Vancouver became the largest city in Canada to be certified as a Living Wage employer and a year on they have recommitted to this minimum level of pay for both staff and externally contracted vendors.

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