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Bird banner

Archived - May 10City of Birds: Massive banner celebrating the birds of False Creek to be installed under Granville Bridge

The Vancouver Park Board is installing a huge bird banner under Granville Street bridge in celebration of the beauty and ecological importance of birds.

View of modular home at 220 Terminal Ave

Archived - May 09688 Cambie Street being considered as a site for temporary modular housing

We have taken steps towards creating 600 new homes for homeless residents with the proposed addition of 100 new temporary modular homes at 688 Cambie St.

Multiple Vancouver apartments in the West End

Archived - May 09More protection for renters and rental stock proposed by City

We're introducing new measures to further strengthen protection for renters and the existing affordable rental stock in multi-family areas of the city.

People walking along Millbank and the Seawall in False Creek South

Archived - May 09Next phase of False Creek South process to address resident leases

Our goal is to prioritize retaining existing community members, protect vulnerable residents, and create affordable and diverse housing options.

Trees lining a street

Archived - May 03Park Board and City Grow the urban forest: 100,000 new trees and counting

We have passed the milestone of 100,000 new trees planted in Vancouver since 2010 and are closing in on the civic goal of 150,000 new trees by 2020.

Rendering of Cambie Corridor

Archived - May 02Phase 3 of Cambie Corridor Plan approved by Council

City Council approved the Cambie Corridor Phase 3 Plan, which will transform single-family neighbourhoods.

Two toddlers and an adult woman in a Wee Expressions music class at the Creekside Community Recreation Centre.

Archived - Apr 25Living in an apartment with kids? Share your experiences

​The City is seeking input from apartment-dwelling families with children to help plan for spaces that better meet their needs.

City Hall’s new air source heat pump

Archived - Apr 24City Hall’s new heat pump is more energy efficient, reduces GHGs, and saves taxpayer money in the process

To address the City’s target to reduce corporate carbon emissions by 33 percent below 2007 levels by 2020, City Hall is now using a zero emissions air source heat pump.

Sunset Beach Park

Archived - Apr 23Park Board statement on closure of Sunset Beach Park and field

The Park Board will attempt to have Sunset Beach Park and field open to the public by early June 2018.

Condos in Vancouver

Archived - Apr 23Empty Homes Tax to generate estimated $30 million

Vancouver's Empty Homes Tax, the first of its kind in North America, will generate an estimated $30 million in revenue to the City.

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