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Young soccer fans

Archived - Jun 04Women's World Cup expected to bring $36.7 million to Vancouver

We anticipate an estimated $36.7 million impact on the local economy as a consequence of hosting nine matches – including the Final Match – of the month-long FIFA Women’s World Cup 2015 tournament, June 6 to July 5.

Water bag for tree

Archived - Jun 03Vancouver Park Board quenching trees’ thirst with new water bags

Learn about the slow-release water bags we're testing to keep young City trees hydrated and find out how you can help care for them.

Bus, cars, cyclists, and pedestrians on Burrard Street Bridge

Archived - Jun 01City seeks input on improvements to Burrard Bridge and the Burrard-Pacific intersection

Beginning today, residents and business owners are invited to review and provide feedback on proposed upgrades and modifications to the north end of the Burrard Street Bridge.

VanConnect app displayed on phone

Archived - May 28VanConnect is your on-the-go connection to City Hall

You now have a quicker and easier way to connect with City Hall and access online services from anywhere, at any time, thanks to our newest mobile app: VanConnect. Find out more.

HandyDART passenger with SkyTrain in background

Archived - May 21Cast your ballot for the future of our region

Vote “Yes” in the Transportation and Transit Referendum and help promote our economy, protect our environment, and enhance liveability throughout the region.

Heron on a rock in English Bay with a tanker in the background

Archived - May 18Study shows oil spill near Fraser River estuary could kill over 100,000 birds

A recent study commissioned by the City of Vancouver, Tsleil-Waututh Nation, and Living Oceans Society found that Kinder Morgan Canada’s proposal to expand the Trans Mountain pipeline system largely excludes the most serious impacts of an oil spill near Vancouver – the impact on wildlife.

Vancouver City Hall

Archived - May 15Spill modelling shows up to 90 per cent of oil could wash up on shores

The City of Vancouver, City of Burnaby, and the Tsleil-Waututh Nation conducted an independent oil spill trajectory modelling of four major oil spill scenarios in the Burrard Inlet.

Kitsilano Pool in Vancouver

Archived - May 14Bring on the hot weather – outdoor pools open this weekend

Starting this Victoria Day long weekend, the city’s outdoor pools and beaches will open, and lifeguards and park rangers will be on duty.

Archived - May 14The Gathering Place celebrates 20 years serving Vancouver's Downtown South

Since the Gathering Place opened in 1995, it's been a community hub for vulnerable residents of Vancouver. Find out what the centre offers, how recent renovations increased its capacity and programs, and what's next for the Gathering Place.

Kitsilano Beach

Archived - May 14Victoria Day weekend holiday closure

Vancouver City Hall will be closed for Victoria Day on Monday, May 18. We will reopen on Tuesday, May 19 at 8:30am.

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