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Road barricades around a construction site

Archived - Jan 26Large infrastructure upgrades will enhance safety and improve water quality

This spring, we will continue replacing the water main on Pender Street and start infrastructure upgrades along the Burrard Corridor and Southwest Marine Drive.

glass grey recycling box

Archived - Jan 13Separate glass collection - New grey box introduces changes to how you sort recycling

Glass will be collected separate from plastic, metal, and paper containers in 2016. The grey box, a special container for recycling glass bottles and jars, will be delivered to homes throughout Vancouver beginning this January.

Archived - Jan 12Park Board approves 11 recommendations in response to Truth and Reconciliation Commission

The Vancouver Park Board endorses 11 ambitious strategies to advance the historic work of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission in Board programs and facilities.

City Hall's 12th Avenue entrance

Archived - Jan 12City submits final arguments on Kinder Morgan pipeline to National Energy Board

In our final written submission to the National Energy Board (NEB), we have concluded that the proposed Trans Mountain Pipeline expansion is not in the public interest. Find out more.

Polar Bear Swim

Archived - Dec 28Vancouver Park Board’s Polar Bear Swim back for 96th year on January 1st

Vancouver Park Board’s Polar Bear Swim back for 96th year on January 1st

Recycling boxes and bag

Archived - Dec 23Waste less, celebrate more this holiday season

This season's festive events are often filled with food, decorations, parties and presents - all of which produce waste. This season, waste less, reuse and recycle to help keep holiday waste out of the landfill

Basketball hoop

Archived - Dec 21Premier basketball rebounds in Vancouver

Basketball fans will have a chance to watch high-level play in their own backyard when two National Collegiate Athletics Association (NCAA) tournaments hit Vancouver in 2017.

Supporting refugee settlement in Vancouver #VanWelcomesRefugees

Archived - Dec 18 Vancouver supports Vancity donation campaign for refugees

As part of welcoming efforts to help resettle Syrian refugees in Vancouver and other communities, the City is pleased to support the Vancity Humanitarian Fund.

Province and City of Vancouver partner to provide winter shelters

Archived - Dec 11Vancouver's winter shelters hit full capacity within hours of opening

After reaching full capacity within hours of opening their doors, Vancouver's four temporary winter shelters have had to consistently turn people away due to a lack of available beds.

City Hall's 12th Avenue entrance

Archived - Dec 09Update on Le Marche St. George

In response to several media requests, we would like to clarify that Le Marche St George, a popular local market in East Vancouver, is not about to be shut down by the City

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