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May 19City cracks down on illegal short-term rentals

The City of Vancouver has escalated enforcement on three high profile residential operators illegally operating short-term rentals at a commercial scale.

City of Vancouver's official City Bird, the Anna's Hummingbird.

May 18Anna's Hummingbird named Vancouver's official City Bird

Anna's Hummingbird proved to resonate most with voters, taking 3,450 of the 8,259 votes cast, to become Vancouver's official City Bird.

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May 18City supports making drug checking widely available as overdose deaths continue

The City strongly supports scaling up access to drug testing technology following a recent pilot project at Insite.

Kitsilano Beach

May 18Victoria Day weekend holiday closures

Vancouver City Hall is closed Monday, May 22 for Victoria Day. Get holiday hours for all facilities including community centres, fitness centres, rinks, and pools.

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May 18Statement from City regarding court’s decision on 950 Main Street

We are concerned by the implications of the Court’s decision on 950 Main Street and are reviewing our options.

Vancouver Aquarium Pool

May 16Park Board approves amendments to Park Control Bylaw governing cetaceans

The Park Board has approved and enacted amendments to bylaws governing importation and display of live cetaceans at the Vancouver Aquarium in Stanley Park.

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May 12First week of May sees 168 overdose response calls to VFRS

Vancouver Fire and Rescue Services reported 168 overdose response calls for the first week of May.

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May 12A new Playbook: Park Board launches VanPlay to imagine the future of parks and recreation

The Park Board today launched VanPlay, a year-long public conversation on the future of Vancouver’s parks and recreation system.

Vancouver Aquarium Pool

May 10Park Board releases draft amendments to Park Control bylaw governing cetaceans

The Park Board has released a report outlining draft amendments to bylaws governing importation and display of live cetaceans at the Vancouver Aquarium.

Vancouver City Hall

May 08City releases Development Cost Levies audit report

We've released the results of our review of the Development Cost Levies waivers as well as the compliance audit report conducted by KPMG of that review.

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