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Archived - Apr 18More voting access for citizens with disabilities and other vulnerable residents

An update to Vancouver’s election bylaw now allows us to bring voting to shelters, drop-in centres, and small care facilities.

shelves showing wine bottles

Archived - Apr 18Sale of liquor in grocery stores approved by City Council

City Council voted to approve zoning bylaw amendments that will permit the sale of liquor in grocery stores.

4/20 event at Sunset Beach

Archived - Apr 17Park Board statement on 4/20 marijuana event at Sunset Beach Park

The Park Board continues to have concerns about the impact of 4/20 event on the park and residents.

City Hall's 12th Avenue entrance

Archived - Apr 17City releases 2017 Statement of Financial Information report

In accordance with the Financial Information Act, the City of Vancouver has published its annual Statement of Financial Information (SOFI) Report.

Downtown Tayu

Archived - Apr 13Calling all citizen scientists! Join Park Board in global ‘City Nature Challenge’

The Vancouver Park Board is participating in the City Nature Challenge, a global initiative inviting people to engage with nature in their cities.

Seawall repairs

Archived - Apr 12Park Board begins restoration work on 101-year-old Stanley Park seawall

The Vancouver Park Board is restoring the nine-kilometre Stanley Park seawall, the largest restoration in its history.

Short-term rental announcement - left to right: Alex Dagg, Director Public Policy, Airbnb; Mayor Gregor Robertson; Kaye Krishna, GM, Development, Buildings, and Licencing; Kathryn Holm, Chief Licence Inspector

Archived - Apr 11City signs first MOU in Canada with Airbnb for short-term rentals

The City of Vancouver and Airbnb have reached an agreement that supports the implementation of Vancouver’s new short-term rental regulations.

View of modular home at 220 Terminal Ave

Archived - Apr 09Temporary modular housing approved for West 2nd Avenue

The building will contain 52 units for people who are currently homeless. Construction is expected to start in mid-April and open to residents in August.

Group of people being trained to give Naloxone

Archived - Apr 06Thirty-two suspected overdose deaths in March recorded in Vancouver

This month, the Vancouver Police Department is reporting a suspected 32 overdose deaths in March, an increase from 27 deaths reported by the BC Coroners Service for the same month last year.

VanSplash logo

Archived - Apr 05Park Board will create city-wide advisory committee to revisit VanSplash Aquatics Strategy

The Park Board will invite an external advisory committee to assist in developing a revised version of VanSplash, the Board’s long-term aquatics strategy for Vancouver.

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