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Easter eggs

Archived - Mar 30Easter weekend holiday closure

Vancouver City Hall will be closed for the Easter holiday weekend on Friday, April 3, and Monday, April 6. We will reopen on Tuesday, April 7 at 8:30am.

Easter Train

Archived - Mar 27Easter activities at Park Board facilities

Celebrate all things Easter with our Easter Train, Great A-Mazing Egg Hunt, and other Easter-themed activities at Vancouver Park Board facilities.

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Archived - Mar 27Turn off your lights for Earth Hour

Celebrate Earth Hour this Saturday, March 28 at 8:30pm. Turn off your lights and use Earth Hour as motivation to make plans and take action to reduce energy use year-round.

Vancouver City Hall

Archived - Mar 27Our debt rating outlook upgraded

Our Aaa debt rating was affirmed today by Moody’s Investors Service, upgrading our debt rating outlook to stable.

image of a person  from trans-inclusive awareness poster campaign

Archived - Mar 25Park Board launches bold trans*-inclusive awareness campaign

The Park Board will unveil a powerful and personal public awareness campaign at Hillcrest Centre. It reinforces a key Park Board priority to make community facilities more friendly, safe, and open to everyone—including transgender and gender variant people.

vancouver heritage

Archived - Mar 24Nominations open for People’s Choice Heritage Awards

Our Heritage Awards program is looking for the People’s Choice of the best examples of excellence in restoring, rehabilitating, and revitalizing local heritage buildings or features in the city. Submit a nomination.

People on patio

Archived - Mar 20Extended hours for this year’s patio season

Restaurants with patios can now apply to keep their outdoor spaces open until 1:00am. This additional hour builds on the success of last year’s patio pilot program.

Film trucks parked

Archived - Mar 19City welcomes 20th Century Fox back to Vancouver for major motion picture

We are pleased to welcome home Vancouver-born actor Ryan Reynolds as he stars in his next major motion picture, "Deadpool". To support production of the film, we will be accommodating key filming from April 5 to 18 on the Georgia Viaduct.

Taylor manor is a three-storey Tudor revival style building at Boundary and Adenac in Vancouver

Archived - Mar 19Historic Taylor Manor opens 56 new supportive housing units

The renovation and expansion of historic Taylor Manor has been completed and 56 homeless individuals with mental illness or addictions will now have access to needed services in this supportive housing.

Pacific great blue heron

Archived - Mar 18Best nature show in town - the heron cam is now live

The Vancouver Park Board heron cam is now streaming the intimate lives of the tall, long-legged Pacific great blue herons of Stanley Park, home to one of North America’s largest urban great blue heron colonies.

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