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Victory Square Remembrance Day ceremony

Archived - Nov 05Remembrance Day holiday closures

Vancouver City Hall will be closed for Remembrance Day on Tuesday, November 11. We will reopen on Wednesday, November 12 at 8:30am. Vancouver Park's recreational facilities may be operating under reduced hours during the long weekend.

The City is daylighting streams that have been covered, filled, and diverted.

Archived - Nov 05Chum salmon return to spawn in Still Creek

For a third year in a row, following concerted rewilding and conservation efforts, you can view the chum salmon who have returned to Still Creek. Salmon returned in 2012 for the first time in nearly 80 years and have continued their annual return since then.

Jack-O-Lantern

Archived - Oct 30Important pet safety tips during Halloween celebrations

Halloween can be a scary time for pets. Take these precautions to keep them safe and happy during the trick-or-treat season.

Vancouver – A Progressive City!

Archived - Oct 30City of Vancouver Archives announces historical film screening

Come out this November to the fifth annual screening of historical films and video from the City of Vancouver Archives at the Vancity Theatre.

Raking leaves

Archived - Oct 20City’s annual leaves collection underway

Set out your leaves for collection. From October 1 to January 31, we collect unlimited quantities of leaves from residences that receive our Green Bin collection service.

Person under desk

Archived - Oct 15Drop, cover, and hold on for ShakeOutBC

Learn how to protect yourself in case of a major earthquake. Participate in the annual ShakeOutBC event and drop, cover, and hold on at 10:16am on Thursday, October 16.

Vancouver City Hall

Archived - Oct 10119 candidates file for 27 local government positions

A total of 119 candidates, the largest number since 2002 (also 119), filed their nomination documents by the 4:00pm deadline for 27 positions on Vancouver City Council, the Park Board, and Vancouver School Board.

Vancouver Votes - Woman on street

Archived - Oct 09City opens eight advance voting locations 280% increase in advance voting hours

Over the last two election cycles, the City has worked to enhance the availability of opportunities to vote in advance of an election through incremental increases in advance polls.

Gastown Steamclock

Archived - Oct 08Gastown Steam Clock undergoes repairs

We will begin major repairs to the Gastown Steam Clock starting Wednesday, October 8. To complete this work, we will temporarily remove the clock from the street corner.

Vancouver City Hall

Archived - Oct 08City continues efforts to find housing for homeless campers in Oppenheimer Park

Following the decision of the BC Supreme Court this afternoon, the City of Vancouver will continue its efforts to assist those in the park who are homeless to access available shelter and housing options ahead of the October 15, 10:00pm deadline imposed by the court.

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