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False Creek Flats amenity node heritage

Archived - Nov 09False Creek Flats Arterial Community Panel Recruitment now open

Residents and businesses from False Creek Flats are invited to submit applications to become members of the False Creek Flats Arterial Community Panel.

City of Vancouver Book Award

Archived - Nov 08Book it in! Finalists announced for the City's 30th annual Book Award

Public invited to the 2018 Book Award on December 8, 2018

See Mountain View Cemetary by bike

Archived - Nov 08Remembrance Day events at Mountain View Cemetery

Two events free to the public are being held at Mountain View Cemetery from November 9 to 11.

Victory Square Remembrance Day Ceremony

Archived - Nov 07Vancouver commemorates Remembrance Day

​On Sunday, November 11, the City of Vancouver is holding its annual Remembrance Day ceremony and parade at Victory Square.

A door handle and key with keychain in the lock

Archived - Nov 07Second year of Empty Homes Tax under way

The second year of the Empty Homes Tax is under way with advance property tax notices being mailed to all Vancouver residential property owners starting today.

Leaves being cleared from the street

Archived - Nov 07Fall street leaf cleaning begins this week

With much of our tree canopy now bare, City crews will begin to sweep and clear leaves from streets starting November 8.

Chrystal Sparrow

Archived - Nov 07Art on Unceded Land: Musqueam, Squamish and Tsleil-Waututh Cultural Residency at Second Beach Studio

Coast Salish artist Chrystal Sparrow is the inaugural artist selected for the A Frame Activation: Musqueam, Squamish and Tsleil-Waututh Cultural Residency.

Aerial view of Yaletown area

Archived - 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

Archived - 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.

Beds in a temporary shelter

Archived - 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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