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Chinatown

Archived - Dec 10City addresses public safety issue of Ming Sun Building

The City engaged a demolition company and a structural engineer to oversee and undertake the removal of the bricks on the west wall and chimney of the Ming Sun Building in an effort to make the external structure safe.

snow removal equipment

Archived - Dec 09City crews salting major routes for first snow fall of 2013

With the first snow of the year, City crews are out salting Vancouver's major routes today. They have been making preparations throughout the weekend for today's snow flurries and freezing drizzle, and dispatched 20 City trucks to salt and sand major routes.

Burrard Cornwall Intersection

Archived - Dec 06Traffic changes at Burrard and Cornwall this weekend

From 7:00am on Saturday, December 7 to 6:00am on Sunday, December 8, Burrard Bridge and Burrard Street will be reduced down to one lane in each direction, and Cornwall Avenue will be fully closed between Burrard Street and Cypress Street.

rendering of york theatre

Archived - Dec 05Historic York Theatre reopens as new community arts space

The 100-year-old historic York Theatre, located on the northern part of Commercial Drive near Venables, will run primarily as a rental venue, accessible for artists and community groups.

Komagata Maru monument

Archived - Dec 05Statement from Park Board Chair on incident at Komagata Maru monument

Today, the Vancouver Park Board has become aware of a photograph posted on Facebook appearing to show an individual defacing the commemorative monument to the Komagata Maru in Harbour Green Park at Coal Harbour.

Park Board office at 2099 Beach Ave.

Archived - Dec 03Proposed 2014 budget makes long term investment in green spaces and active living

The Vancouver Park Board reviewed the proposed 2014 operating and capital budget, which takes a balanced approach to funding for new and enhanced services, productivity initiatives and business development, at a December 2 meeting. 

Recycling bin and bags

Archived - Dec 02City set to expand recycling services this spring

This spring you will be able to recycle paper containers such as milk cartons, Tetra Paks, paper cups, ice cream tubs, and paper/metal containers such as frozen juice cans through the City’s curbside recycling program. In addition, Styrofoam and plastic bags will be accepted at the City’s depots.

International Day of Persons with Disabilities event poster

Archived - Nov 29City celebrates International Day of Persons with Disabilities with community event

Celebrate International Day of Persons with Disabilities. Come out to a special community event that showcases the talent of local artists with disabilities on Tuesday, December 3 at the Roundhouse Community Arts and Recreation Centre.

A man and his best friend in Vancouver's Downtown Eastside

Archived - Nov 22Innovative solutions in Winter Response Strategy for Vancouver

The BC government and the City of Vancouver are opening additional winter emergency shelter spaces, providing new rent supplements, and adding more long-term housing supports during the cold and wet weather season for people who are homeless.

Access and Inclusion Awards

Archived - Nov 21City honours 2013 Cultural Harmony and Access and Inclusion Award winners

The City of Vancouver celebrated the achievements of outstanding individuals and organizations with the presentation of the 2013 Access and Inclusion and Cultural Harmony Awards today. Find out who received the awards.

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