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The Vancouver Board of Parks and Recreation is launching a public education campaign to educate the public about co-existing with coyotes.
Snow and freezing temperatures are in the forecast this weekend.
Council met electronically to hear and discuss a variety of topics during Council and Standing Committee on City Finance and Services meetings.
The new code of conduct by-law will provide greater clarity, new tools including informal dispute resolution, and increased transparency.
Pirate ships, tree houses, trampolines, hill slides, play kitchens, and spider web nets are keeping children entertained at six new playgrounds.
Jan 19 — More than $8.4 million in funding approved to support the cultural growth and recovery of Vancouver
Council approved a total of $8,406,150 in grants to 144 cultural organizations to help them continue providing critical programs and services.
Jan 12 — Simon Fraser University selected to establish a Low Carbon Cities Canada Innovation Centre for Metro Vancouver region
The Metro Vancouver LC3 Centre will be a new non-profit entity that will help cities across the region meet their climate action goals.
Every year, 3-1-1 receives a wide range of questions, from the mundane to the weird and the wonderful, and last year was no exception.
As of January 5, 46% of residential property owners in Vancouver had declared their property status under our Empty Homes Tax program.
Lions Club Christmas tree chipping events will not be held this season; however, safe and convenient tree recycling options will be available.
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