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Tea cart

Mar 21Pop-up tea cart events serve up information on City initiatives in Chinatown

Tea and talk about City initiatives in Chinatown will be served up at two special community tea cart pop-up events.

Mural at Saa-ust Centre of flowers with a braid framing birds flying in the sky

Archived - Mar 19 City opens Saa-ust Centre at 44 East Cordova Street

In anticipation of community hearings being hosted by the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls (MMIWG) in April, we are opening a temporary space to offer support to families and survivors at 44 E Cordova.

Easter Train 2018

Archived - Mar 19Follow the bunny at the Stanley Park Easter Train

The Stanley Park Easter Train runs March 22 – 25 and March 29 – April 2, 10am to 5pm.

About Vancouver

Archived - Mar 18JUNOS to highlight Canadian music in Vancouver this week

A portion of the Georgia Viaduct will be transformed into a red carpet walk for the final event of the 2018 JUNO Awards.

Pacific Great Blue Heron

Archived - Mar 15Pacific Great Blue Herons return to Stanley Park colony for 18th year

Pacific Great Blue herons are now nesting in the colony located at the Park Board offices on Beach Avenue in Stanley Park.

Man golfing at Langara Golf Course

Archived - Mar 15Park Board responds to City motion to convert Langara Golf Course into park

City of Vancouver Council passed a motion which proposes that City staff approach the Vancouver Board of Parks and Recreation to explore options to convert some of Langara Golf Course into alternative park use.

Architectural rendering of temporary modular housing planned for 4480 (formerly 4410) Kaslo Street

Archived - Mar 14Temporary modular housing approved for Kaslo Street

The Director of Planning for the City of Vancouver, Gil Kelley, announced the approval of a development permit to build 52 new temporary modular housing units at 4480 Kaslo St.

Rental homes and apartment buildings in the West End

Archived - Mar 14Little Mountain identified as a potential site for temporary modular housing

The latest step has been taken towards creating 600 new homes for Vancouver's homeless residents by proposing the planned addition of a temporary modular housing building at East 37th near Main Street.

Electric vehicle parking stall

Archived - Mar 14Vancouver takes next step to expand electric vehicle charging infrastructure

Vancouver City Council approved the recommendations made in the Electric Vehicle Ecosystem Program Update, which focus on accelerating EV adoption, growing the public charging network, and ensuring that EVs can be charged at all new residential parking stalls.

Pothole on city street

Archived - Mar 12City gears up for pothole repairs this spring

We are gearing up for the annual stretch of pothole repairs — a priority for road crews following the cold winter months.

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