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Aug 29Nomination period for candidates now open

​Candidates can now submit nomination packages for the 2017 by-election. Vancouver voters will elect one councillor and nine school trustees in October.

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Aug 25High traffic impacts ahead for downtown streets before summer's end

Traffic advisory of two of pieces of road work taking place over the Labour Day Weekend: the Burrard Bridge corridor, and filming sites throughout downtown Vancouver.

Creekside Park playground

Aug 24Park Board opens city’s largest playground complete with high flying zipline

Vancouver Park Board opens largest and most accessible playgound in the city at Creekside Park.

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Aug 24Residents invited to become Arbutus Champions as part of four-day Design Jam

You're invited to apply for one of 100 Arbutus Champion spots in the Arbutus Greenway 'Design Jam', a four-day collaborative workshop.

Over 4,000 people gather outside City Hall in opposing rallies

Aug 19Protests in Vancouver end peacefully

The planned protests outside Vancouver City Hall today passed without major incident.

Kits Beach basketball courts

Archived - Aug 18Park Board and Canada One Athletic Foundation celebrate enhanced basketball courts during Kitsfest

Park Board and Canada One Athletic Foundation celebrate enhanced basketball courts at Kitsilano Beach.

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Archived - Aug 17Statement of clarification about Saturday's planned protests

We continue to work with Vancouver Police to monitor Saturday's planned protest and minimize any risk to the public. We expect any protest to be held in a peaceful, safe, and non-violent manner.

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Archived - Aug 16Volunteers needed to help make downtown public space more vibrant and inviting

Help make public space in downtown Vancouver more vibrant and inviting by playing a part in the City of Vancouver's Public Space and Public Life Study.

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Archived - Aug 15Vancouver aims to be part of FIFA 2026 World Cup bid

Today it was announced that Vancouver is one of the cities vying to be part of the joint bid by Canada, the US, and Mexico to host the FIFA 2026 World Cup.

Boater driving his motorboat across False Creek

Archived - Aug 15Boaters encouraged to pump, not dump

The City of Vancouver and the Park Board have launched a free mobile pump-out service in False Creek to increase access to sewage disposal facilities and help improve water quality.

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