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Archived - Feb 12Grants from Greenest City Fund top $500,000 in first year

Helping families connect to nature near their home, making small Vancouver businesses more energy efficient, holding bike skills courses for low-income individuals, and creating a sustainable, community-supported fishery for Vancouver are just a few of the 150 projects supported in the first year of the Greenest City Fund.

Gardens in Stanley Park

Archived - Feb 07City and Vancouver Foundation announce winners of Greenest City Community Grants for 2012

The City of Vancouver and Vancouver Foundation today announced the 17 recipients of the 2012 Community Grants from the Greenest City Fund, who will receive a total of $391,500 in funding.

Rental-database

Archived - Feb 06City launches Rental Standards Database to assist renters

The City of Vancouver today launched a new online searchable database of rental buildings to assist renters to make more informed decisions about their housing.

Fitness classes at Vancouver Community Centres

Archived - Feb 05Vancouver Park Board approves direction for new community partnership agreement

On February 4, 2013, the Vancouver Park Board approved the framework for a new partnership agreement with city's 20 community centre associations to deliver recreation services and programs.

Jeni Le Gon

Archived - Feb 01Celebrate Black History Month

Celebrate the rich, long and vibrant history of people of African descent in February during Black History Month. Come out to one of the many events happening in the city this month.

Point Grey - Cornwall Corridor

Archived - Jan 22Point Grey - Cornwall Corridor Open Houses

We want to hear from you. Come to a drop-in open house and share your thoughts on ways to improve this corridor: 29 and 31 January and 2 February.

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Archived - Jan 17City announces launch of new creative space with The Arts Factory

City Council has awarded the lease of a City-owned warehouse at 281 Industrial Avenue to The Arts Factory to be used as affordable, multi-tenant artist studios and production space. It is expected the building will be home to up to 100 artists.

Snow-covered trees at City Hall

Archived - Jan 16City and CUPE 1004 ratify agreement

The City of Vancouver Council and CUPE Local 1004 have ratified a four-year agreement covering approximately 1,600 outdoor workers. The new agreement provides a modest wage increase that strikes a fair and balanced outcome for workers and Vancouver taxpayers.

Try it all in 2013!

Archived - Jan 16Swim, skate, and workout for less with our special recreation pass

The Vancouver Park Board’s ‘30 days for $30’ recreation pass will help you keep your New Year’s resolution to get back in shape and stay healthy.

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Archived - Jan 07Granville Bridge to receive seismic upgrades in 2013

Beginning in early 2013, the Granville Bridge will be undergoing seismic upgrades and expansion joint replacement from January to December 2013. During this time period, you will expect closures and delays.

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