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Archived - Mar 03Enhanced camera now live streaming ultimate close-ups of Stanley Park herons

The Vancouver Park Board heron cam takes you inside the nests of one of North America’s largest urban great blue heron colonies until the end of the summer breeding season.

Public bike share bicycles at a station

Archived - Feb 23City announces bike share partner

The public bike share system will launch this summer with 1,000 bicycles around Downtown, Kitsilano, Fairview, and Mount Pleasant.

Seniors playing cards

Archived - Feb 23Another milestone on the path to a new Killarney Seniors Centre achieved

The Vancouver Park Board has awarded the contract for the design and construction of the Killarney Seniors Centre to Ventana Construction Corporation and Taylor Kurtz Architecture + Design Inc.

Film trucks parked

Archived - Feb 192015 a record year for television and film in Vancouver

We continue to establish our city as a premier destination for film and TV production with 2015 proving to be a record setting year. Film activity increased by over 40% in comparison to 2014.

Urban garden

Archived - Feb 18Our proposed Urban Farming policy is going to Council for approval

A report to Council on February 23 recommends adopting an urban farming definition and regulations in the Zoning and Development Bylaw, and amending the License Bylaw to add an urban farming category. Find out more.

Vancouver Public Library

Archived - Feb 15Watch TED2016 for free at select Vancouver locations

The Vancouver Public Library's Central, Kitsilano, and Renfrew branches and other locations are streaming the TED conference live February 15 to 19. Come watch amazing talks and performances about "dream", this year's conference theme.

Dancer

Archived - Feb 12City preserves St. James Community Square for community use

We have finalized the purchase of St. James Community Square yesterday to ensure community ownership of the facility and its continuation as a cultural community asset and thriving space for all ages.

Heron on a rock in English Bay with a tanker in the background

Archived - Feb 05City asks NEB not to approve pipeline expansion

Our lawyers delivered our final oral argument to the National Energy Board in Calgary on the proposed Trans Mountain Pipeline expansion.

Vancouver City Hall

Archived - Feb 05City’s credit outlook revised to positive on improving financial management practices

Our long-term credit and senior unsecured debt credit ratings, as well as short-term issuer credit rating were affirmed at AA+ and A-1+, respectively. This change follows an increase in credit rating from AA to AA+ in 2015.

The City’s Building Energy Retrofit Strategy targets the buildings that will most help to reduce these emissions.

Archived - Feb 03New fund to spur energy efficiency upgrades for buildings

The $1 million fund will support our work to carry out the Building Energy Retrofit Strategy to reduce the amount of greenhouse gas emissions from buildings. Learn about the fund's first steps.

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