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Nov 02Up to 650 units of affordable non-market housing proposed in Yaletown

City of Vancouver, BC Housing, and Concord Pacific have announced a framework agreement to build up to 650 units of affordable non-market housing in Yaletown

Victory Square Remembrance Day ceremony

Nov 02Free parking for Veterans November 4 to 11

From November 4 to 11, vehicles displaying BC veteran licence plates are exempt from parking fees at City of Vancouver parking meters and Park Board operated parking facilities.

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Nov 01City and Province open temporary shelters for winter months

Today, the first of nearly 300 temporary shelter beds will open for people experiencing homelessness to stay warm and dry during Vancouver's coldest, wettest months.

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Oct 30Eighteen individuals receive Civic Merit Award

Mayor Gregor Robertson, on behalf of City Council, honoured 18 individuals with a Civic Merit Award in recognition of their outstanding achievements benefiting the community.

Person standing on a trail at Renfrew Ravine

Oct 30Park Board makes Vancouver’s last wild ravine more accessible than ever

The Vancouver Park Board’s renewal of Renfrew Community Park and Renfrew Ravine Park will provide easy access to the magical habitat of the ravine and Still Creek.

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Oct 26City receives funding to digitize BC Gay and Lesbian Archives collection

The materials to be described and digitized reflect a broad range of LGBTQ2+ experiences and activities in the Vancouver area.

Mother and daughter engaging with City staff using Lego

Oct 26Let's talk money, Vancouver

The City is kicking off its annual public engagement campaign to solicit public input on priorities for spending in the 2019 Budget.

Rows of mixed housing types for families

Oct 25City and Community Land Trust break ground on 140 new units of affordable co-op housing

140 new units of affordable co-op housing through the Vancouver Affordable Housing Agency (VAHA). More than 100 of the 140 homes are designed for families

lady and child outside store in Chinatown

Oct 25Chinatown Transformation Team invites community to work on sustaining neighbourhood's living heritage

Our CTT Team is working toward a new planning effort in Chinatown that will focus on supporting the community to sustain the neighbourhood's legacy.

First Nations at Brockton Point 1897

Oct 25Park Board Chair apologizes to Musqueam, Squamish and Tsleil-Waututh Nations for remarks regarding Stanley Park

Park Board Chair apologizes to Musqueam, Squamish and Tsleil-Waututh Nations for remarks regarding the history of the area now known as Stanley Park.

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