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SW Marine Drive near the end of upgrade work

Archived - Sep 01Sewer separation and street work along SW Marine Drive now complete

Work on Southwest Marine Drive to separate sewer mains, increase its capacity of as part of the region’s Major Road Network, and enhance the safety of people driving, walking, and cycling is now complete.

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Archived - Aug 31International Overdose Awareness Day marked across City of Vancouver

International Overdose Awareness Day, held on August 31, brings important public awareness to the ongoing overdose crisis Vancouver is facing.

Get ready for summer! Enjoy Vancouver's heated outdoor pools

Archived - Aug 31Second Beach and New Brighton pools to stay open an extra two weeks after record season

Second Beach and New Brighton pools to stay open an extra two weeks until September 17, 2017 after record season.

Tree sale

Archived - Aug 30Park Board’s fall tree sale up and running

The Vancouver Park Board kicked off its annual fall tree sale with 1,500 trees available online for $10 apiece.

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Archived - 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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Archived - 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.

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Archived - Aug 212017 overdose deaths already surpass 2016 total, City of Vancouver estimates

Vancouver Police Department reported a suspected three overdose deaths for the week of August 7, bringing the total overdose deaths in the city to 232 so far this year.

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

Archived - 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.

Vancouver City Hall

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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