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Remembrance Day poppy

Nov 07Vancouver commemorates Remembrance Day

In honour of our veterans who made the ultimate sacrifice on behalf of Canada, the City of Vancouver is holding its annual Remembrance Day ceremony and parade at Victory Square on Saturday, November 11.

Downtown Vancouver with cyclists

Nov 03Renewable City Action Plan will help protect the climate and lead to cleaner air and lower energy costs

Vancouver City Council approved the Renewable City Action Plan which highlights actions the City will take to improve energy efficiency.

Rendering of 650 West 57th Ave

Oct 26Temporary modular housing for the homeless to be built at Cambie and West 57th Ave

The City of Vancouver and BC government announced the first two temporary modular housing buildings that are part of a plan to address the immediate housing needs for homeless residents in Vancouver.

Music performance at All Souls event

Oct 24All Souls events honour dead through ceremony and celebration

All Souls returns to the City of Vancouver's Mountain View Cemetery with a series of events from October 28 to November 1 that honour the dead through ceremony and celebration.

Mother and son clearing a street catch basin

Oct 23Adopting catch basins a “grate” volunteer opportunity

This fall, residents can use a new online tool to adopt their local catch basin.

Apartments in the Vancouver's West End

Oct 22Celebrate opening of Vancouver’s first land trust building

This morning we marked the opening of The BRice, Vancouver’s first-ever land trust, bringing 48 new protected affordable one-bedroom rental homes.

West side of Burrard Bridge following extensive rehabilitation, August 2017

Oct 21Rehabilitated Burrard Bridge reopens

A rehabilitated Burrard Bridge has reopened to all modes of travel after significant improvements including new sidewalks, restored pedestrian lights, intersection safety enhancements, and more.

Vancouver Special Operations Members

Oct 19Can you survive alone for at least 72-hours if the 'Big One' strikes?

To mark Shake Out Day, we are reminding residents to be prepared to be self-sufficient for more than three days if a major earthquake hits the area.

Richard Prince, Roller, 2004

Oct 19Artists invited to apply to become Artist in Residence for Engineering Services at City of Vancouver

The Engineering Services department is extending a call for an Artist in Residence to come behind the scenes and find inspiration in the science of civic engineering.

Vancouver skyline with caption Vancouver Votes

Oct 18Chief Election Officer declares candidates elected

Chief Election Officer declares official results in the 2017 by-election.

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