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Mother and son

Archived - Mar 31New partnership to improve immigrant experience in Vancouver

We're working with over 100 community partners and organizations to improve the immigrant experience and develop an immigrant settlement and integration strategy for Vancouver. See why this matters and find out the preliminary results from our Vancouver Immigrant Survey.

Easter eggs

Archived - Mar 30Easter weekend holiday closure

Vancouver City Hall will be closed for the Easter holiday weekend on Friday, April 3, and Monday, April 6. We will reopen on Tuesday, April 7 at 8:30am.

Easter Train

Archived - Mar 27Easter activities at Park Board facilities

Celebrate all things Easter with our Easter Train, Great A-Mazing Egg Hunt, and other Easter-themed activities at Vancouver Park Board facilities.

image of a person  from trans-inclusive awareness poster campaign

Archived - Mar 25Park Board launches bold trans*-inclusive awareness campaign

The Park Board will unveil a powerful and personal public awareness campaign at Hillcrest Centre. It reinforces a key Park Board priority to make community facilities more friendly, safe, and open to everyone—including transgender and gender variant people.

vancouver heritage

Archived - Mar 24Nominations open for People’s Choice Heritage Awards

Our Heritage Awards program is looking for the People’s Choice of the best examples of excellence in restoring, rehabilitating, and revitalizing local heritage buildings or features in the city. Submit a nomination.

Taylor manor is a three-storey Tudor revival style building at Boundary and Adenac in Vancouver

Archived - Mar 19Historic Taylor Manor opens 56 new supportive housing units

The renovation and expansion of historic Taylor Manor has been completed and 56 homeless individuals with mental illness or addictions will now have access to needed services in this supportive housing.

Pacific great blue heron

Archived - Mar 18Best nature show in town - the heron cam is now live

The Vancouver Park Board heron cam is now streaming the intimate lives of the tall, long-legged Pacific great blue herons of Stanley Park, home to one of North America’s largest urban great blue heron colonies.

Athletes recognized for their contributions to sport in Vancouver with Mayor Gregor Robertson, City Councillors, and Park Board Commissioners at the 2015 City of Vancouver International Women’s Day celebration.

Archived - Mar 092015 named the Year of Women in Sport

Mayor Gregor Robertson proclaimed 2015 the Year of Women in Sport at the annual City of Vancouver International Women's Day Celebration.

Firefighters at container fire

Archived - Mar 05Advisory for Port Metro Vancouver container fire

At 7:00pm tonight Port Metro Vancouver in combination with DP World Vancouver (operators of Centerm), Vancouver Fire & Rescue, Environment Canada, Ministry of Environment, Quantum Murray and Hemmera will attempt to open the container.

VanDusen Botanical Garden

Archived - Mar 05Park Board spring break activities: educational, entertaining, and some free

With the early arrival of spring and spring break around the corner, why not be a tourist in your own city? Visit VanDusen Garden and Bloedel Conservatory; hop aboard the Stanley Park Train; and register for a camp at one of our community centres, golf courses, or pools.

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