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Group of people being trained to give Naloxone

Archived - May 04Fifteen overdose deaths in the last week of April

Fifteen overdose deaths were reported in the last week of April, making it the second highest on record for 2017.

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Archived - Apr 29City response to BC Liberal statement on natural gas

The City wishes to clarify that it is not banning the use of natural gas in Vancouver.

Black-capped Chickadee

Archived - Apr 28Vote for Vancouver's permanent official City Bird

Vote online or in-person for one of our local birds from April 28 to May 14: Anna's Hummingbird, Spotted Towhee, Northern Flicker, and the Varied Thrush.

Park Board office in Stanley Park

Archived - Apr 27Park Board supports Vancouver Aquarium’s Marine Mammal Rescue Centre

We will keep working with Aquarium staff to support a thriving rescue program while we change our bylaw to ban live cetaceans in our parks.

Keep Vancouver Spectacular volunteers

Archived - Apr 26Annual litter cleanup campaign - Keep Vancouver Spectacular - kicks-off Saturday, April 29

Starting April 29, hundreds of volunteers will join us to kick-off spring cleaning for our year-long litter cleanup program: Keep Vancouver Spectacular.

Aboriginal man in a crowd at a torch lighting event

Archived - Apr 26Canada 150+ signature events revealed

We're announcing our Canada 150+ signature events for you to experience Indigenous culture throughout Vancouver this year.

The James Residence at 587 West King Edward Avenue received a 2017 Vancouver Heritage Award for the high degree of retention and thoughtful restoration of the one-of-a-kind and beloved city landmark

Archived - Apr 25Vancouver Heritage Award winners represent excellence in preservation projects

Find out the projects and accomplishments were awarded for promoting heritage conservation, public education, advocacy, and awareness in Vancouver.

Challenger baseball field at Hillcrest Park

Archived - Apr 22Vancouver Park Board opens baseball field designed for children with disabilities

The wheelchair-accessible field at Hillcrest Park is western Canada's first Challenger baseball field for children with physical and cognitive challenges.

Group of people being trained to give Naloxone

Archived - Apr 20Nine suspected overdose deaths recorded last week in Vancouver

To date there have been 18 suspected overdose deaths in April. Vancouver Fire and Rescue Services reported 131 overdose response calls for the week of April 10.

Trees for sale by Vancouver Park Board

Archived - Apr 12Residents invited to grow Vancouver’s urban forest with $10 trees

The Park Board is selling 3,000 trees at $10 apiece including twenty-six varieties of fruit, flowering, shade, and conifer trees.

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