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Nov 24 — Stanley Park survey results indicate majority of respondents want road space dedicated to cyclists and car-free days
The survey drew just over 11,000 responses. The majority said they'd like to see dedicated road space for cyclists and car-free days in the park.
Council approved $2.05 million in critical support grants to more than a hundred arts and culture organizations impacted by COVID-19.
Vancouver has published its Draft 2021 Budget and Five-Year Financial Plan, to be considered by City Council on December 1.
Karen Fry will join Vancouver Fire and Rescue Services as Fire Chief. She brings decades of fire service experience and proven leadership.
We're asking people to #RememberInPlace safely at home, and to avoid Victory Square on November 11 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The cherished holiday tradition for many families will run November 26 to January 1, 2021 (closed Christmas Day), 4pm to 10 pm nightly.
Starting November 7, we'll resume public programming at arenas with new safety measures in place.
A number of our surveys close on October 30 about our new public pace initiatives that were launched in response to COVID-19.
Oct 26 — Employment Lands and Economy Review provides quick-start actions for COVID-19 recovery and directions for citywide plan process
Work shifted to incorporate emergency response initiatives that support workers and employers, and actions we can take to aid economic recovery.
Today, the City launched an online application for businesses to extend their temporary patios through the winter.
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