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Vancouver Farmers Market

Archived - Aug 15VIVA Vancouver and partners open new farmers market in Yaletown

The City of Vancouver’s VIVA Vancouver Program, in partnership with the Vancouver Farmers Market, the Yaletown Business Improvement Association and the Roundhouse Community Centre, is proud to announce the opening of the Yaletown Farmers Market on the 1100-block of Mainland Street, between Davie and Helmcken streets, on Thursday, August 15.

Second Beach in Stanley Park in Vancouver

Archived - Aug 15The swimming advisory issued for Second Beach and Sunset Beach has been lifted

Sunset and Second Beaches are now open. The swimming advisory issued by Vancouver Coastal Health on August 9 has been lifted, as coliform counts return to safe levels.

Coast Salish canoe race

Archived - Aug 15Celebrate! Stanley Park gets even better with historical tours, program schedule, event app and more

"Celebrate! Stanley Park" has over 200 activities and performances taking place at five festival zones throughout the park. Browse the program schedule and check out the mobile app.

Trout Lake fitness centre

Archived - Aug 0630,000 Vancouver residents say yes to OneCard

Thirty-thousand Vancouver residents have now signed up for the Vancouver Park Board’s OneCard in the first month since it was launched.

Rainbow sidewalk

Archived - Aug 02Pride Parade

Celebrate Pride! Check out the City of Vancouver's float at the annual Vancouver Pride Parade on Sunday, August 4, starting at 12 noon. Please use transit, bike or walk down to the parade.

Mayor Robertson - Reconciliation Week Event

Archived - Jul 25TRC and Reconciliation Canada announce events of Reconciliation Week

The Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada (TRC) and Reconciliation Canada announced a week of reconciliation activities in Vancouver from September 16 to 22 featuring the lighting of the Flame of Reconciliation, The All Nations Canoe Gathering, and the TRC’s British Columbia National Event.

Killarney Pool in Vancouver

Archived - Jul 24 Over 20,000 local residents have picked up Park Board’s OneCard

Since it was launched on July 8, over 20,000 Vancouver residents have signed up for the Park Board’s OneCard granting universal access to city-wide Park Board recreation facilities.

Vancouver street

Archived - Jul 19Help water young street trees during the heat wave

The Park Board encourages you to water street trees in front of your home and on your block – not only during this hot weather, but throughout the summer.

Park Board OneCard

Archived - Jul 17Over 10,000 OneCards issued by Park Board in the first week

The Vancouver Board of Parks and Recreation’s new passport to recreation has proven to be extremely popular since it was launched on July 8. In just a week, over 10,000 Vancouver residents signed up for the OneCard and now enjoy universal access city-wide to Park Board recreation facilities.

All social activities at Vancouver recreation facilities

Archived - Jul 10Grants available for projects that help communities

If you have a project idea that could help create healthy and vibrant communities throughout our province, you could qualify for a Vancouver Foundation grant to help make it a reality. Learn more and apply.

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