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Vancouver host city candidate for 2026 FIFA World Cup

Jan 25Vancouver inches closer to being part of 2026 FIFA World Cup

Council will vote on the whether to sign an agreement which represents the next step towards Vancouver becoming a host city for the 2026 FIFA World Cup.

Knight Street and Southeast Marine Drive upgrades

Jan 23Knight and SE Marine safety improvements near complete

The northbound off-ramp at Knight Street and SE Marine Drive has fully reopened to all traffic. Work to improve the very busy intersection and off-ramp is now near complete.

City Hall's 12th Avenue entrance

Jan 22Council appoints new city clerk and chief election officer, following retirement

Vancouver City Council appointed Katrina Leckovic into the role of city clerk and Rosemary Hagiwara to the position of chief election officer for the 2018 municipal election.

Film trucks parked

Jan 19Vancouver remains one of the best places to live and work as a movie maker in North America

The City of Vancouver has been ranked as the second best place in North America for movie makers to live and work.

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Jan 19City partners with Shaw to expand public’s access to free WiFi

Currently, about 550 free public WiFi locations are currently active, with the remaining locations becoming active over the coming months.

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Jan 17Council approves Women’s Equity Strategy

City Council approved Vancouver: A City For All Women, Women’s Equity Strategy 2018-2028.

Stanley Park Brewing

Jan 15New restaurant soon to open in historic Stanley Park location

Learn how the new Stanley Park Brewing restaurant will be a positive addition to the park.

Detail from AM1551-S2-: 2010-006.161

Jan 11Postmedia donates historic photographs to City Archives

The City of Vancouver Archives is set to gain more than two million 20th century photographic negatives thanks to Postmedia Network Inc. ("Postmedia").

Volunteer completing a form

Jan 10Winter edition of public space study seeks volunteers

The winter edition of the City of Vancouver's Public Space and Public Life Study continues to look at how to make downtown public spaces more vibrant and inviting year round.

Germaine Koh, Artist-in-Residence for Engineering department

Jan 10City selects first Artist-in-Residence for Engineering Services

We are pleased to announce Germaine Koh as the new Artist-in-Residence for its Engineering department.

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